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  • Article / Yesterday at 9:54 GMT

    From the Floor: Markets sigh with relief despite China reserves dive

    Saxo Bank
    Norway
    From the Floor: Markets sigh with relief despite China reserves dive
    Market sentiment improved broadly after China's foreign-exchange reserves plunged somewhat less than feared, though the $100 billion drop was formidable by any reckoning. Friday's US nonfarm payrolls were mildly hawkish for Fed policy ahead, EURUSD looked to get a foothold at new levels above 1.10, and core bond yields stayed on their downward course.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Thursday at 2:50 GMT

    Six top oil nations to hold emergency talks: Iranian news service

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Six oil-producing countries have agreed on an emergency meeting between Opec and non-Opec member states, the Iranian oil ministry's news service Shana has reported, citing Venezuela's Oil Minister Eulogio Del Pino. “Iran has agreed to take part in the meeting and Russia has already announced its agreement,” Shana quoted Del Pino as saying. “Iran is the first Opec country which I visited to hold talks. Earlier, I visited Russia, which is not an Opec member”. Del Pino, who was in Tehran on Wednesday, stopped in Russia earlier this week and held talks with officials including Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin. Del Pino and Sechin talked about possible co-ordination to stabilise oil markets, Venezuela's oil ministry said.
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  • Article / Wednesday at 15:00 GMT

    Oil: What to look out for in today's inventory report

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Oil: What to look out for in today's inventory report
    Crude oil is making up for lost ground ahead of the weekly inventory report from the US EIA at 1530 GMT. Short-covering after a brutal two-day selloff, a weaker dollar and comments from Russia about cooperation with Opec have all supported a small bounce today. We take a look at some of the numbers to look out for.
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    6d
    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Crude oil inventories jump 7.7M bbl to 502.7M and gasoline inventories also rose by more than expected. Cushing jumped 747k while production only slowed by 7k barrels....
    5d
    buelte buelte
    hi Ole, re. the 2nd graph, shouldn't it be ... 2014,2015,2016 ???
    5d
    ozy ozy
    Mr. Ole, here I wanna write what I think about an Opec move, please tell me if that's possible: Around a 10million bpd production for saudi and...
  • Calendar event / Wednesday at 13:45 GMT

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    Low Q4 2015 Earnings conference call / Webcast
  • Editor’s Picks / Wednesday at 4:35 GMT

    Oil-obsessed markets ignore the ultimate liquid asset

    South China Morning Post
    In any country, there are two truly liquid assets that drive economic activity – oil and water. Water supply has geopolitical and economic effects on a local and global scale. China’s attempts to harness the waters of the Yarlung Tsangpo have been a source of tension between China and India. While Singapore imports water from Malaysia, it has also constructed desalination plants. Singapore has become a focal point for water technology. In Africa, Ethiopia’s proposed Grand Renaissance Dam makes Cairo fearful of the effects on the Nile. Water scarcity has profound implications for geopolitics and economic development. Markets pay close attention to the price of oil but water’s geopolitical importance cannot be ignored.
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  • 5d
    ozy ozy
    if I want a long-term position for long on WTI, do you think that dec. 16 is better, or just buying next month's future and make every...
    5d
    ozy ozy
    Steve, also I wanna add something else here, what I think about an Opec move. please tell me if I'm thinking wrong: So, there is around a...
    5d
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    The lower volume of longer dated contracts has two implications

    1. Less liquidity 2. Greater volatility as a few trades have greater leverage on the price.

    Also given the...