If you are a stock market junkie, and you have been wondering what causes them, you are not alone.
You may be wondering, “Is it just me, or do they go up and down every few years?”
Well, you have no idea, but if you take stock of what is happening, and why, it becomes pretty obvious that the stock market is not doing as well as it should be, as the markets share price is rising.
So what is causing these stock market crashes?
There are a number of reasons that cause the stock markets to go down.
They include the following factors: Rising commodity prices The price of oil, for example, is soaring.
It is up more than 50% this year, with oil at $105 per barrel, a level that has not been seen since the 1970s.
The reason for this is simple: the price of crude oil has been steadily rising.
In recent months, there have been signs that the price is headed higher.
Oil prices rose last month to an all-time high of $102 per barrel.
In the US, crude oil prices have risen by almost 70% since the start of the year, according to Energy Information Administration data.
The rise in oil prices Increasing global demand for oil, particularly in Asia, has led to a sharp rise in global oil demand, which is driving prices up, and has been seen in recent years.
This has led oil prices to increase globally in recent months.
Global oil demand increased by almost 1.5% in June from the previous month, and the US has seen the biggest increase.
More importantly, this rise in demand has been driven by rising production of oil from the United States.
This was largely due to the OPEC-led cartel, which controls most of the global oil market.
US oil production is also rising, and is up around 5% year on year, and up by almost 5% from last year.
Demand is increasing for oil because of the glut of cheap natural gas in the United Kingdom, which has led the UK’s gas prices to soar.
Gas prices in the UK have been rising rapidly, but are down more than half a cent in recent weeks.
This has caused a lot of worry for those in the energy industry, and it is a worrying trend for the energy sector.
But as the energy market becomes more dependent on oil imports, as demand increases, and prices fall, the stock prices in oil-producing countries will also fall.
Increases in energy prices Energy prices are rising as demand grows in many of the world’s major economies.
According to an analysis by the International Monetary Fund, the cost of oil in the world is now $30 a barrel.
While this is certainly a lot, it is still below the cost that oil companies have to pay their suppliers, in most countries.
However, as these energy prices increase, so does the demand for petroleum products.
So the cost for oil producers, who have to spend huge amounts of money to produce oil at a cheaper price, will also rise.
And as a result, prices will go up.
These rises in oil and gas prices are the main reason why prices are falling.
Energy shortages The US is experiencing a serious energy shortage, as many countries in the US and elsewhere have been experiencing a supply shortage.
Last week, the US Department of Energy reported that it had a shortage of over 100 million barrels of oil.
A shortage of this magnitude means that many oil companies will have to lay off staff and cut back production, in an attempt to stay in business.
With the increase in demand, this will have a big impact on the price that oil prices are expected to be, and on the industry as a whole.
Meanwhile, other countries in Europe, Asia and Africa are also experiencing an energy shortage.
There are concerns that this will lead to a rise in energy imports from the US.
We are also seeing the impact of increased demand from China, which in recent days has taken on more energy than the rest of the globe combined.
China has increased its oil production in recent times, and now has around half of the total production in the World, and a huge share of the US’s.
As this production continues to increase, the price will rise as the oil companies struggle to keep up with it.
Increased demand for natural gas The amount of gas that can be produced per person per year in the form of hydroelectric power is on the rise.
The United States has a total capacity of around 11 trillion cubic feet per year, but is increasing this to around 18 trillion cubic foot per year.
This will create a lot more demand for gas, and therefore increase the price.
Many of the countries in Western Europe, which depend heavily on energy imports, are also beginning to feel the effects of the increase. Many of