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Video / 27 December 2017 at 10:41 GMT

The potential of US shale energy — #SaxoStrats

Kay Van-Petersen
Saxo's global macro strategist Kay Van-Petersen discusses why he thinks the US shale market has potential for low risk earnings growth in the long term.

The market has traditionally high risk/reward ratio, but innovations and shareholder changes are evolving it, he says.

You can read more of Van-Petersen’s views on US shale in this article.


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