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  • 3y
    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    Again right. I love saxo CFDs , they are almost free
  • Article / 10 November 2015 at 16:23 GMT

    IEA sees no quick uptick for oil prices

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    IEA sees no quick uptick for oil prices
    The International Energy Agency says the dramatic drop in oil industry investment over the past 12 months should help support a recovery of crude oil prices to $80/barrel by 2020, but prices could stay low for longer. In its new World Energy Outlook for 2015 and beyond, the IEA warned against complacency about the current supply overhang as it provides no guarantee of future oil-market security.
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    4y
    ozy ozy
    ..ONLY by 2020.. says birol. but it could be possible also before, the question is how iran deal would work in reality and how opec acts, and...
    4y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Hi Ozy. Indeed, many moving parts have to align and if they do it may be a completely different price action. On the subject of predicting prices...
  • Article / 02 June 2015 at 10:30 GMT

    #OpecWeek: Time for Opec to face facts?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    #OpecWeek: Time for Opec to face facts?
    Opec will meet on Friday to discuss how best to handle the current situation in global crude markets, where rising production and prices could significantly impact the cartel's "supply and rule" strategy.
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  • Squawk / 02 June 2015 at 8:01 GMT
    Senior Analyst / Trends2Trade.com
    Canada
    Us Crude il Looks good for long depending it crosses 6110 convincingly.
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    4y
    bgold bgold
    Crude seasonal trend is up till end July
  • Article / 24 February 2015 at 9:45 GMT

    Contango blowout keeping WTI under pressure

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Contango blowout keeping WTI under pressure
    WTI crude is trading lower as rising production and a slowdown in rig closures adds to the glut. Meanwhile, the contango between the first and second futures contract has blown out to $1.55/barrel and this is taking its toll on oil ETFs.
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  • Article / 05 February 2015 at 8:48 GMT

    What's next for crude oil?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    What's next for crude oil?
    After rising by one-quarter in just four days WTI crude slumped yesterday following another bumper US inventory report. Inventories of crude and products rose strongly last week as production remains resilient despite the sharp drop in rig count. Next up will be Saudi Aramco announcing its March selling prices.
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    5y
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    So far today WTI crude oil has found support at $47.37/bbl which is the 21-day moving average. The close above this moving average for the first...
  • 5y
    dina dina
    Funny how those " very smart guys " rush to catch a falling knife, they' will ask for a medic when oil will reach finally 50 $...
    5y
    Neil D Neil D
    also makes you wonder when they can take enough pain......how many were long for much of the drop from $110???