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  • Article / 10 April 2015 at 1:47 GMT

    The big bets are on for an oil and copper recovery

    Business writer and editor
    Australia
    The big bets are on for an oil and copper recovery
    While economists so often get things wrong, one has piqued my interest with a reasonably contrarian call on the mid-term rise in oil and copper, going out of his way to say these are the two commodities voted most likely to succeed. Short-term price volatility won't tell you anything, but the big moves in the industry will, he says.
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    4y
    Patto Patto
    Good article Adam...........Agree with you re economists and market predictions. I saw two people on this site - Saxo Australia and Max McKegg - both correctly call...
    4y
    Adam Courtenay Adam Courtenay
    Max definitely knows his stuff and yes, Saxo in Sydney called it right. Good to see
  • Editor’s Picks / 09 April 2015 at 14:50 GMT

    Shell's betting big on LNG

    Bloomberg view
    Look beyond the $70 billion headline-grabbing sum that Shell will fork out on the UK's BG Group and the landscape becomes pretty clear: this is a punt on liquefied natural gas. The relatively clean burning fuel looks almost certain to come to occupy a significant part of the global market but the real benefit will be its eventual harmonising of the global oil market as pipe networks gradually give way to the more fluid transportation mode of shipping. The outcome should be a more efficient global market adept at getting energy from source to market and one that is also less open to political manipulation. It's an astute move by Shell and, say the Bloomberg editors, a watershed moment in the development of a more mature LNG industry.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 08 April 2015 at 11:14 GMT

    Shell £47bn bid for BG Group agreed

    The Guardian
    Oil giant Shell's £47 billion bid for gas group BG will, if it comes to fruition, create a £200 billion plus global behemoth. With BG's share prices soaring 42% in the immediate aftermath of the announcement today, it could prove to be the spur for similar mega mergers, reports the Guardian. As the fourth largest oil and gas merger since 1996, it also demonstrates a confidence on the part of Shell that the current slide in oil prices will eventually give way to a rebound and set up the new entity to prosper from an additional 25% to its oil and gas reserves.
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  • Squawk / 08 April 2015 at 6:03 GMT
    Senior Equity Trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Shell agrees to buy BG Group for £47B
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  • Squawk / 08 April 2015 at 5:53 GMT
    Senior Equity Trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Talk about Shell would buy BG Group.
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  • Squawk / 06 February 2015 at 12:14 GMT
    Senior Equity Trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Crude Oil is trading up over 3% but most of the energy stocks in FTSE100 are still trading in the red except from BP. Could we see a rally in the stocks today
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  • Video / 07 November 2014 at 8:01 GMT

    Neighbour: BG shares fall to a critical support

    Joe Neighbour
    Joe Neighbour is looking at buying shares in the British oil and gas company BG Group, despite the stock proving to be unpopular in recent weeks. Joe is looking to buck the trend by buying as close as possible to the 1000 pence support level with a tight stop around 975 pence targeting 1150 pence over the medium term.
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  • Article / 06 November 2014 at 12:30 GMT

    Equity traders betting on oil bounce

    Head of Equity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Equity traders betting on oil bounce
    European energy stocks are up 1.2% as equity traders bet on a reversal in oil prices following yesterday's short-term rally. Lundin Petroleum is pulling ahead with particular strength, posting a gain of 5.4%
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  • Video / 29 October 2014 at 13:32 GMT

    Hansen: We are facing a new world order in oil

    Ole Hansen
    Statoil is the latest energy company to post a loss in its third quarter earnings. It follows bad news from BP, BG Group and Total. Saxo’s Ole Hansen says there’s a crude reason for these poor results and that's over supply especially from unconventionals.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    OPEC's general secretary today claimed that 50% of shale producers will be "out of the market" at current prices. A somewhat higher percentage than the IEA have...
    5y
    fxtime fxtime
    Thx Ole for the b/e thresholds
    5y
    truth truth
    Pure PUTIN and Russia they are going to run out of Money......Cudos to China who is now buying CHEAP RUSSIAN oil.