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Nick Howard of Bantix Technologies returns to OptionsLab, joining Saxo Bank's product manager for futures and listed options Georgio Stoev, to preview key markets ahead of the German election.
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Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
Denmark
Oil pops a bit higher following the release of IEA's monthly 'Oil Market Report'. Main comments from the report below:
- Global oil demand grew very strongly year-on-year in 2Q17, by 2.3 mb/d (2.4%). For 2017, we have revised upwards our growth estimate to 1.6 mb/d
- Global oil supply fell by 720 kb/d in August due to unplanned outages and scheduled maintenance, mainly in non-OPEC countries
- OPEC crude output fell in August for the first time in five months, after renewed turmoil in Libya disrupted flows and others pumped less.
- OECD commercial stocks were unchanged in July at 3 016 mb, when they normally increase. The surplus over the five-year average fell to 190 mb.
- Hurricane Harvey impact likely to short-lived
Link: https://www.iea.org/oilmarketreport/omrpublic/

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