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  • Article / 26 October 2016 at 10:30 GMT

    Weekly Bond Update: Staggering demand for new Saudi bonds

    Fixed Income trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Weekly Bond Update: Staggering demand for new Saudi bonds
    The eagerly anticipated inaugural international bond issuance from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia attracted staggering demand from investors, which in turn led to a significant spread compression. By now, compared to other government bonds recently issued in the region, the new Saudi bonds already look suspiciously pricey.
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  • Article / 17 March 2015 at 14:30 GMT

    It looks like lower oil for longer

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    It looks like lower oil for longer
    With Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain and Oman on track to refine 6mn b/d by 2020 – and with the US continuing to raise its stockpiles, WTI crude futures will continue to plummet towards $41-43/barrel.
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    Agustín García Agustín García
    Cree que en la jornada de hoy el contrato de petroleo futuro abril 15 bajara a valor 40.00 o por debajo, o por lo contrario permanecerá en...
  • 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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    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...
  • Article / 28 October 2014 at 13:54 GMT

    China's pan-Asia bank is about the renminbi, not US rivalry

    Managing Director / Asia-analytica Research
    China
    China's pan-Asia bank is about the renminbi, not US rivalry
    The political rivalry between Washington and Beijing for influence in Asia makes headlines. But the real impact of China’s move to set up an infrastructure lender for the region is the birth of a potential triple-A rated multilateral bond issuer crucial to deepening market liquidity and extending the yield curve in offshore renminbi assets.
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