In Pittsburgh: Old is always new again

So Pittsburgh is being chosen as a center for energy education because.  Something new? No, we have long… very long… been Energy-Burgh.

and I see the news is catching up to this announcement from earlier in the week..  We are even a leader in….. Propane?  So we may have more sedans on the streets . . . → Read More: In Pittsburgh: Old is always new again

Biggest Value for Agricultural Investors Revealed: Steve Hansen

Steve Hansen of Raymond James sees the potash market as a barbell, with a handful of large incumbent producers on one end and dozens of junior miners clustered at the other. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Hansen discusses which juniors may migrate to the mid-cap arena and why current share . . . → Read More: Biggest Value for Agricultural Investors Revealed: Steve Hansen

Hollowing out of the Indian financial system

Business as usual, in India, is taking us to a destination where RBI & SEBI & company will preside over a minor and inconsequential financial system. The bulk of India-linked finance will take place overseas, and the overseas market will dominate price formation for India-related financial products.

Why might this happen?

Finance is the . . . → Read More: Hollowing out of the Indian financial system

Economic Events on June 1, 2012

The figures for motor vehicle sales for November will be released today.  The consensus estimate is that 14.5 million autos were sold last month, which would be 100,000 more than the previous month.

The Monster Employment Index for May was released today, and the index moved up 1 point from last month to a . . . → Read More: Economic Events on June 1, 2012