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  • Article / Friday at 13:30 GMT

    WCU: Rising risk appetite kicks commodities into gear

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    WCU: Rising risk appetite kicks commodities into gear
    Central bank meetings helped trigger renewed risk appetite with commodities receiving an additional boost from the weaker dollar. Despite a renewed surge in supply, oil markets bought into the idea that Opec and Russia may reach an agreement in Algiers on September 28.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    indeed fxtime.. quite a few times this year we have been led on a wild goose chase from talk and no eventually no action.
    2d
    asousa27 asousa27
    Ole, after Saudi Arabia declarations upside target 50$ still possible?
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    The oil market has been taken hostage to soundbites ahead the meeting and it is now a question of wait and see. A deal is probably...
  • Article / 16 September 2016 at 12:30 GMT

    Nigerian, Libyan export boost about to add to Opec's worries

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Nigerian, Libyan export boost about to add to Opec's worries
    The latest talk about Libya moving to boost crude exports follows many failed attempts to revive exports by the troubled North African nation in recent times. Nigeria is also trying to lift crude exports. If the two Opec member nations succeed in lifting exports, the extra supplies would add to the already serious global overhang of supply.
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    16 September
    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    Again, interesting article. On Algiers meeting, in my view OPEC members probably won't cut, in the case they won't ,is it possible for Russia to cut output...
    16 September
    AndrejLences AndrejLences
    And if there won't be a rate hike in the US can oil go back to 47 after 21th ?
  • 25 August
    chi2015 chi2015
    great stuff, learn by history or be destined to repeat it
  • Editor’s Picks / 02 June 2016 at 23:05 GMT

    Signs of oil rebound give Opec room to forgo a freeze

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Signs of an oil market recovery gave Opec room to forgo a freeze on output increases at its meeting on Thursday. But failure to agree on a quota policy indicates internal divisions that have yet to be bridged. The cartel's strategy has prioritized market share over keeping prices high. Though the price tumble resulting from this shift hurt the group, the plan looks to be paying off as shale oil producers and non-Opec nations trim output. Yet there is no guarantee that the cartel's strategy will remain viable. Rising crude prices could breathe new life into the shale oil industry, intensifying competition. That, along with the struggle to mend damaged ties within the group, could keep Opec on its toes despite the apparent recovery.
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  • 30 May
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    This firm will close in 2018. Post your P&L on recommendation to prove me wrong! I dare you.
    30 May
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    Name that innovative European company. What is the name of that great Euro tech co? Volkswagen and Mercedes had to lie about emissions to compete. France strikes...
    30 May
    bparkes19 bparkes19
    Don't cry...but you will. Just like the flopping in soccer. The sport where effeminate me chase each other around.