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    ChavaDonios ChavaDonios
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  • 5d
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Copper has already hit the first target mooted this morning; 283.

    Gold has breached 1210.3 but is currently holding above 1203.5

    Brent has broken 65.00.
  • Editor’s Picks / 14 May 2015 at 2:45 GMT

    China considers massive energy pipelines spin-off

    South China Morning Post
    Beijing is looking at stripping its top energy companies of their oil and gas pipelines, as part of sweeping reforms that would see the assets spun off into independent businesses. The National Development and Reform Commission has held talks on the sale of the assets with the biggest pipeline owners and the utilities that buy fuel, but a final decision on the plan has not been made. The assets are worth up to $300 billion. While China's oil and gas pipeline network of about 120,000 kilometres is only a fifth of the size of the natural gas network in the US, it will be bigger than the US set-up by 2040.
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  • Squawk / 13 May 2015 at 14:32 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    US crude, gasoline and distillate inventories all fell by more than expected last week. Production was unchanged. Crude trading 0.7% higher
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    13 May
    Neil D Neil D
    you are reading far too much into one set of numbers.....the market doesn't rise or fall just because of the effect of this set of statistics, and...
    13 May
    ozy ozy
    thanks.. what do you think about direction of WTI, short term and medium term?
    13 May
    Neil D Neil D
    short term trend is up.......but am not looking for much more maybe $64/65.......longer term I do not think higher prices are sustainable, the fundamentals do not merit...
  • Squawk / 12 May 2015 at 13:47 GMT
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    Portugal
    Oil & Gas Outlook: - The Good - We Are in the Midst of a Multi-Year Cyclical Recovery US Storage Issues Are Fading For Now ; The Bad - Still Plenty to Worry About: Volatility and Rapid Recovery Could Setup A Correction; The Ugly - More Capex Cuts May Be Needed The US May Not Fully Participate In Recovery; Natural Gas - Setting Up For A Modest Recovery Into 2H15/2016, But Basis Issues to Spread [ail risks: Potential sanctions relief for Iran; return of Libyan supply; Possible civil unrest and supply outages (Nigeria, Venezuela)
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  • Article / 11 May 2015 at 9:01 GMT

    COT: Bullish commodity bets rise driven by energy, copper

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Hedge funds increased bets on rising commodities for a third week as of May 5. Just like the previous weeks the buying interest has been focusing on the energy sector while at the other end key crops, such as corn and wheat continue to be sold. Bullish bets on gold was halved while copper more than doubled on China optimism.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 11 May 2015 at 1:27 GMT

    Siberian gas deal a sign of Moscow's tilt towards Beijing

    Nikkei Asian Review
    President Xi Jinping, in Moscow to attend WWII commemorations, has just held his 12th summit with Vladimir Putin in two years. The two have declared their relationship is as close as ever. Putin and Xi signed a statement on linking the Silk Road Economic Belt push to the Eurasian Economic Union, a bloc comprising Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus. The statement calls for the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank to fund projects. In all, 32 agreements were signed at the summit, including one to supply Siberian gas to China. Russia has pivoted toward Asia amid its standoff with the West over Ukraine and the slowdown in the EU, a crucial trading partner.
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