Coal And Steel Rocket Higher - Recording 2018-01-11

Jan 12 05:01 2018 Print This Article

Steel and Coal rocket higher

Gasoline and Heating Oil continue higher

Brent works toward $70, $WTIC works toward $65

Natural Gas has a record withdrawal, sudden surge

The currencies are critical to watch here

In what was a huge week for Steel stocks and coal stocks, this was almost vertical. 

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