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World Bank Raises Oil Forecast 2016


It is interesting to watch more and more experts improving their oil forecasts for 2016. The World Bank experts are some of them. To be more specific, they expect the oversupply currently seen in the global market of crude oil to shrink in the coming months. If that’s the case, this is definitely going to push oil prices higher.

Publication date: 28 April 10:19 AM

Golden Apple Watch Costs 10 Times as Much as an Ounce of Gold

 

Apple is said to be getting ready to release an exclusive series of Apple Watch made of gold, Market Leader reports. Apparently, the gadget is going to cost a fortune. Still, the High-Tech Department of Masterforex-V Academy reports that the golden variant of Apple Watch is going to cost 10 times as much as an ounce of gold. Even experts were shocked by the announced price, not to mention the fans of Apple devices.

Publication date: 13 March 09:56 AM

On March 12th, Oil Prices Resume Recovery

 

This morning, oil prices seem to have started recovering from another bearish period started earlier this week, Masterforex-V Academy reports.

Publication date: 12 March 06:31 AM

U.S. Shale Oil Production Growth Will Stop In April 2015

 

According to the EIA, the U.S. shale oil production is expected to grow by as little as 1000 barrels a day, which is almost nothing if to compare the industry’s scale. With that said, this prediction is almost identical to the absence of production growth in the sector of American shale oil.

Publication date: 12 March 06:21 AM

Apple Sets USA’s New Market Cap Record

Apple turns out to be the first American company to exceed the market cap limit of $700bn. at the same time, Apple now enjoys the title of the world’s most expensive company, Market Leader reports. 

Publication date: 11 February 12:18 PM

USA Will Survive Low Oil Prices Thanks To Shale Oil Projects Experts Say

As you probably know, low oil prices have had a negative impact on the U.S. shale oil  production so far, Market Leader reports.  The thing is that the OPEC is still unwilling to cut its oil production amid a global economic slowdown and low global oil demand caused by it. With that said, the steady production coupled with low demand keeps on increasing the oversupply in the global market of crude oil, thereby pushing the prices to new lows almost on a weekly basis.

 

Publication date: 09 February 07:39 AM

Crude Oil May Drop down to $30/b in 1st Half of 2015 OPEc Says

 

According to the OPEC, which is a union of some of the biggest oil exporters in the world, assumes that the current oil prices are still supported by winter weather conditions and accumulated oil inventories, Market Leader reports. According to the oil cartel, oil prices may well dorm further down to $30-35/b by mid 2015. these predictions are backed by low global demand coupled with expanding oversupply at the expense of stably high oil production sown by the OPEC.

Publication date: 06 February 08:55 AM

Global Economy Will Benefit From Cheap Oil

 

According to Axel van Trotsenburg, Vice President of the World Bank, low oil prices are going to have a positive impact on the global economy in the long run. He expressed such ha standpoint of his within the scope of he interview given to The Financial Times.

Publication date: 02 February 05:38 AM

Sony Launches PlayStation Music

 

According to the Hi-Tech Department of Masterforrex-V Academy, Sony has recently announced that Spotify is going to become the exclusive partner of PlayStation Music for PlayStation Network. At the same time, the new services is going to be available at 40+ countries worldwide this spring, Market Leader reports.

Publication date: 02 February 05:20 AM

Apple is Strong but these 4 Companies are Even Stronger

 

Apple Inc.,  the world-famous tech giant (which has its stock traded on Nasdaq, the ticker is AAPL) has recently exceeded the bravest expectations made by some analysts from Wall Street, Market Leader reports. In particular, the last quarter of 2014 was a good one for the corporation as it managed to sell more iPhones at higher prices than expected.

Publication date: 29 January 05:00 AM

Microsoft Doesn’t Count on Big Profits in 2015

 

Microsoft, the world-famous tech giant from the USA, reported about its financial performance in the forth quarter of 2014, which ended on December 31st. According, to the Hi-Tech Department of Masterforex-V Academy, the corporation’s net profits seen over the period of October through December reached $5,9 billion. For the same of comparison, the same figures seen 12 months before indicated $6,6 billion. With that said, this was a 10% decline in Microsoft’s quarterly net profits.

Publication date: 28 January 05:04 AM
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