Lynne Kiesling I’ve been tagged by Aeon, so here goes (below the fold) … … More Tagged in the Meme of Four
Lynne Kiesling Along the same lines, James Hamilton has a good discussion of CERA’s oil supply forecasts for 2005 and what we can learn from them. One of the themes I’ve seen in the discussions about tomorrow’s OPEC meeting is the expectation that inventories have been building, and that the high inventories will contribute to … More James Hamilton on Oil Supplies … More James Hamilton on Oil Supplies
Lynne Kiesling Yes, I’m trying to channel Alan Greenspan here … OPEC ministers are meeting now, and are stating their commitment to stable oil prices and maintaining their oil supplies. It does raise the question of whether the extent to which their utterances move markets is grounded in fundamentals, or is more like the media … More Another Opec Meeting and Rational or Irrational Melodrama? … More Another Opec Meeting and Rational or Irrational Melodrama?
Lynne Kiesling The KP Dad and I played hooky over the weekend and spent a few days in London. One highlight was a delightful evening with Mr. and Mrs. Seat, down from Edinburgh for the weekend. 2006 marks the 20th anniversary of the first time I set foot in London; it also marks the first … More London … More London