Squawk / 04 February 2016 at 10:42 GMT
If Saudi say "no" for a meeting call by other opec countries and non-opec russia and oman, that means they have a dirty game on Russia (a dirty game supported by US).... Because Saudis rival is not US producers, shale or what ever... US is an importer country, and their import is grown from last year to now.. the picture is different, a side war by using oil to support a real war in mideast to get russia out from the pace of cake.. This only what I think, I hope I'm wrong, because I've long positions on oil.. if Saudis say "yes" for a meeting and agree to cut, I can say I was wrong to have doubt on saudis about that, and I'll be happy.
rhodium rhodium
Bitter truth.......lol. Not only Russia but middle east are on target of BIG CROCODILE ...lol
What you think about fall in Dollar? is it on platform? Intense fully it has happen? In spite of rise in stock yesterday, why crude moved up? Only due to fall in dollar.......no other event or economy has get fire to demand that quantity.....but in short US doesn't want anybody overtake
ozy ozy
yes, yesterday's oil move mostly came from weak dollar, caused fed/dudley's comments after Fisher's, dovish ones.... and also hoping a meeting in feb. opec and non-opec still alive and waiting an answer from saudi's after a call from 6 members and 2 non-opec members.


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