Why Oil Prices Are Refusing To Rally

July 5, 2019/OilPrice.com Despite the OPEC’s agreement and a de-escalation of the trade war, oil prices are refusing to rally as bearish fundamentals and global economic fears put traders on edge. Friday, June 5th, 2019 Oil prices are set to post a loss for the week despite being bolstered by […]

Revisiting the SEC-Oando Plc Raging Controversies

July 4, 2019 By Joshua Afolabi People who are dishonest, or rash, or stupid will inevitably suffer the penalties of dishonesty, or rashness, or stupidity — Herbert Spencer Quite amusingly but with great lessons to learn from, the recent decisions taken by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on the […]

Tariff Shocks: The Role of Value Chains in Europe

July 3, 2019/IMFBlog By Raju Huidrom, Carlos Mulas-Granados, Laura Papi, and Emil Stavrev The Czech Republic exports only a small number of cars and car parts directly to the United States, but it’s likely to suffer significant economic damage if that country were to impose tariffs on auto imports. The […]