Monday, September 10, 2007

Crude Is Boiling

Crude oil prices have surpassed important technical level of U.S.$77.50 per barrel mark today and is a cause for concern as it will along with rising food prices can give further boost to inflation, which has become central point for many central bankers across the world. Growth has not been dominating central banks monetary policy of late as excess liquidity is amply supplying credit to fuel growth, but rather asset inflation, especially food and fuel prices are grabbing their monetary stance.
U.S. markets are feeling pain after subprime mortgage mess and continue to suffer investor apathy. Asian markets are showing great resilience and are very close to their all time heighs.