In this installment of Monday Morning Minutes, DoubleLine portfolio managers Jeff Mayberry and Samuel Lau discuss the April 19-23 market week, including quiet U.S. bond and stock markets and strong price moves in commodities, led by corn and Kansas wheat. They also explain why April 26-30 might prove more volatile than the previous week. For the question of the week (starts at 6:28), Jeff and Sam analyze the supply and demand fundamentals of the crude oil market and why they are cautiously positive on the price of the black gold in the months and quarters ahead. That outlook comes with the caveats that the economy continues to recover and oil production remains disciplined.
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