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John Kilduff

John Kilduff
Partner, Again Capital LLC

John Kilduff is the Founding Partner of Again Capital. Prior to starting his company, he was Vice President and co-head of MF Global and Senior VP of Energy Risk Management Group at Fimat USA, where he was responsible for providing corporate energy risk management services.

He also has held senior positions at ABN AMRO, Metallgesellschaft Corp. and Lehman Brothers.

Kilduff appeared before the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources to give an assessment of the energy markets.

He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Saint Bonaventure University and a Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law. He has a bar membership in New York and has professional registrations in commodities and securities.

Follow John Kilduff on Twitter @KilduffReport.


  • Emerging markets will falter, energy prices will fall sharply, the dollar will rally, the Fewd will drop its QE2 and the U.S. will take military action in Yemen.

  • OPEC

    So, can or will the Federal Reserve deliver us $100 oil? As the ol' Magic 8-ball would say: it appears likely.

  • Hurricane

    With the summer ending this weekend and the outlook for a warmer-than-normal winter, prices might be expected to stay below $4.00 for the foreseeable future. Not so fast.

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    In order to discount the supply fundamental, the futures market needs positive or even hopeful economic data from the U.S., Europe, and China.

  • This satellite image shows the Strait of Hormuz, between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman. The Strait of Hormuz runs between Iran and United Arab Emirates.

    Several newsworthy events, recently, represent the dots that the oil market may begin to connect to produce a significant event driven price spike in prices - potentially driving crude oil prices upwards of $200 per barrel.

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    Crude oil prices re-took the $70 per barrel level, yesterday, and they are poised to climb further. In fact, prices are likely to hit the $100 mark before year-end. Economic and geopolitical factors are at work, once again, to produce a return to triple-digit oil.

  • John Kilduff

    There is a compelling fundamental case to be made. There has been a serious regime of supply constraint undertaken. Saudi Arabia has led OPEC in curtailing output. The Kingdom has been actually under producing their quota for several months.

  • John Kilduff

    Crude oil prices finished the week just below the psychologically damaging level of $60 per barrel. As prices marched higher all week, howls went up from fundamental traders and commercial interests decrying the disconnect between abundant supply levels, the poor demand outlook, and high prices.

  • John Kilduff

    Despite Friday’s lower close for crude oil and refined products, the recent price appreciation has been impressive.

  • An interior view of the 2008 Cadillac CTS is shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2007. Whether on luxury cars or entry-level vehicles, consumers want to be delighted by an interior's extras, automotive industry executives and designers said this week at the auto show. The inside extras can run the gamut, from ambient or LED lighting to music-storing hard drives and USB ports in sound systems to pop-up navigation screens and cup holders that can heat o

    Stocks could chug higher this week, delivering that evasive Santa Claus rally, but it will all depend on whether investors are comfortable with the status of the auto-industry bailout. Plus, let's hope the Fed doesn't deliver any holiday surprises.