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05282021 :: Friday finance

A partial digest

Quick wrap for the week ending May 28:

  • Yields finished slightly down after a volatile week.
  • The DXY was flat.
  • Oil rose.
CALL: No change; near to semi-intermediate term, prices could rise further given supply shocks, OPEC+ micromanagement, inflation expectations, "recovery," and more fiscal spending, among other things. Longer term, it's a dying industry.[tracking: XLE, GGN]
  • The S&P Global Clean Energy…


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