Monday, April 20, 2020

US Economy.

Reliant, wink, wink, as always. I wonder where those reporters of Bloomberg, Reuters and other "news" organizations are praising the deal "brokered" by Trump. 
The question now is--do they even know how to deal with that? I am sure "financial analysts" are hard at work now to show us the way, wink, wink. Some people say it reminds them of the last days of USSR (economically). 

Here is the picture--a snapshot: 
And here is a definition of WTI:
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil is a specific grade of crude oil and one of the main three benchmarks in oil pricing, along with Brent and Dubai Crude. WTI is known as a light sweet oil because it contains 0.24% sulfur, making it "sweet," and has a low density, making it "light." It is the underlying commodity of the New York Mercantile Exchange's (NYMEX) oil futures contract and is considered a high-quality oil that is easily refined.
What can I say--"nice" benchmark. 

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