• 2 minutes California to ban gasoline for lawn mowers, chain saws, leaf blowers, off road equipment, etc.
  • 6 minutes China and India are both needing more coal and prices are now extremely high. They need maximum fossil fuel.
  • 11 minutes Europeans and Americans are beginning to see the results of depending on renewables.
  • 6 hours GREEN NEW DEAL = BLIZZARD OF LIES
  • 2 days The Climate Scare Stories Began With Far Left Ideology Per GreenPeace Co-Founder
  • 18 hours Monday 9/13 - "High Natural Gas Prices Today Will Send U.S. Production Soaring Next Year" by Irina Slav
  • 10 mins NordStream2
  • 2 days Putin and Xi have decided not to attend the Climate Summit in Glasgow
  • 27 mins Biden Sets Target Of 50% EV Share In U.S. Car Sales In 2030
  • 44 mins US intel warns China could dominate advanced technologies By NOMAAN MERCHANT October 22, 2021
  • 2 days "The Hidden Story About California's Container Ship Backlog" via Corbett Report
  • 2 days Storage of gas cylinders
Dian L. Chu

EconMatters

Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

Dian L. Chu

Dian L. Chu, is a market analyst at EconMatters.
EconMatters  is made up of a team of financial and market analysts who research, analyze, and write articles devoted to the discussion of important economic and market specific issues relevant to our readers and global strategic investing.

Latest articles from Dian

  • Greece Debt Crisis: No Way Out?

    Published 23 April 2010 | viewed 7,937 times

    As if Greece did not already have enough problems. The market was already jolted by the Goldman SEC case. Then, it was the cloud of…

  • Is There an Asset Bubble in China? The IMF Doesn't Think So

    Published 21 April 2010 | viewed 7,715 times

    Olivier Blanchard, chief economist at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), talks with Bloomberg this morning about the prospects for an asset bubble in China.  Blanchard,…

  • Is Crude Oil Set for a Price Spike?

    Published 17 April 2010 | viewed 5,023 times

    Crude futures ended at their lowest point this month Friday, as investors fled riskier assets after regulators charged Goldman Sachs with fraud. West Texas Intermediate…

  • Gold: Fear, Uncertainty & Goldman Sachs. Where do Prices Go from Here?

    Published 17 April 2010 | viewed 10,398 times

    Gold fell the most in two months as the SEC’s action against Goldman Sachs (GS) spurred investors rushing out of riskier commodities and into perceived…

Oilprice - The No. 1 Source for Oil & Energy News