Trade War Costs to Consumers, Companies and Nations

Trade War Costs to Consumers, Companies and Nations 14 Aug 2018 By Erik Norland Topics: Economic Events The level of U.S. tariffs on Chinese products and the number of goods they cover are constantly changing as the trade dispute between the world’s two largest economies escalate. To help investors evaluate the possible macroeconomic impact from the … Read More

Top 5 Articles for Q3 2018

Top 5 Articles for Q3 2018 See Readers’ Favorite Reports from Blu and Erik Trade War Repercussions for U.S. Agriculture The U.S.-China trade war could hit the American farmland the hardest, with U.S. soybeans in the eye of the storm. Three Critical Recession Warning Signs to Watch Is the U.S. heading toward a recession? Three … Read More

New & Improved: Dorman Trading Futures Education Page

Working closely with CME Group, Dorman Trading is proud to announce that it has a newly revamped Education page. This newly updated library provides a variety of free introductory and trading fundamental guides and resources for futures and commodity traders. VISIT THE EDUCATION PAGE

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OPEC Decides to Raise Output: How Will U.S. Shale React?

OPEC Decides to Raise Output: How Will U.S. Shale React? By Blu Putnam, Chief Economist, CME Group Video Highlights Post-OPEC price gains to encourage increased shale production Production constraints could delay arrival of much of the shale oil until 2019 Fledgling trade war could put U.S. oil exports to China at risk Expect more oil … Read More