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OPEC Urges American Shale Oil Producers to Join Oil Agreement


The OPEC is reported to have offered American shale oil companies to join the Vienna Accord, also known as the OPEC+, which is the agreement designed to cap the production of crude oil and restore the market balance for the sake of higher oil prices in the future. However, some experts say that they won’t agree to do so even if they are threatened.

Publication date: 13 October 05:14 AM

Brent Oil Plunges Below $30/b.

The price of Brent oil futures for March delivery plunged below the psychological level of $30/b and reached $29,95 per barrel around the closing time in London. This is a new 12-year low. By the way, WTI was the first one to break the psychological level and plunged below $30/b a day before while setting a new 13-year low. According to Bloomberg, WTI futures for February delivery cost $29,93/b yesterday.

Publication date: 14 January 11:42 AM

Morgan Stanley Experts Predict Another 25% Oil Market Crash

Morgan Stanley experts anticipate a further downtrend in the global market of crude oil. This time they expect the prices to crash by 25% more in the near future. Most of the downward pressure comes from the strengthening U.S. Dollar, which is getting stronger mostly thanks to the Fed’s decision to raise the interest rates for the first time in 9 years. This interest rate hike made dollar assets more profitable and attractive for investors, which are fleeing emerging markets and seeking safe-haven assets like U.S. bonds.
 
Publication date: 13 January 11:43 AM

Experts Say Oil May Go Below $30/b

Oil prices continue their way down to new major lows. Since the beginning of 2016, they have lost 15% more to come close to $30 per barrel. 18 months ago, nobody could have thought of such prices. They were considered unreal since crude oil cost over $100/b.

Publication date: 13 January 11:26 AM

Oil Exporters React Differently To Lower Oil Prices

The increasing oversupply of crude oil coupled with decreasing demand keep triggered another oil market crash to new major lows. At this point, the prices have already set 11-yer lows. Yet, the downtrend may well continue.

Publication date: 12 January 09:09 AM

OPEC Predicts Oil Prices Until 2040

Not so long ago, OPEC released its World Oil Outlook (WOO). It says that oil prices are going to grow by 5 dollars per barrel each year. By 2020, oil prices will recover to $80 per barrel.

Publication date: 11 January 11:01 AM

January 11 – Oil Prices Set New 11-Year Lows. What’s Next?

Amid the absence of stability in the global economy and a Chinese market crash, oil prices keep on going down and setting new major lows. Today, Brent oil is trading at $32,82/b after seeing another bearish momentum. WTI oil us trading at $32,56/b. It should be noted that these price levels are among the lowest ones in 11 years.
 
Publication date: 11 January 08:07 AM

Apple Cuts iPhone Production By 30%

In Q1 2016, Apple is planning to cut the production of new iPhones by 30%. This measure is forced by the necessity to sell out the existing inventories first. Masterforex-V Academy reports that the news already made the company’s stock depreciate a little.
 
Publication date: 11 January 06:58 AM

Why Are Oil Prices Reacting Modestly To Saudi-Iranian Conflict?

As you probably know, the relation between Iran and Saudi Arabia deteriorated unexpectedly. Despite the fact that the exert community expected this conflict to trigger an oil rally, this hasn’t been the case recently. With that being said, more and more experts start assuming that the situation in the Persian Gulf in particular and the Middle East in general stopped influencing oil prices to the same extend it used to do. The tendencies are changing and it is easy to fail if you want your predictions to be based on the old tendencies and ideas, which are mostly outdated.

Publication date: 11 January 04:07 AM

Brent and WTI Go Below $33/b

The international market of crude oil seems to be seeing a downtrend again. In particular, Brent oil dropped by $32,77/b earlier today. This is a 2,3% decline relative to the previous close. As for WTI oil, it also dropped, this time by nearly 2% down to $32,52/b. In general, the current state of affairs in the global market of crude oil looks fairly logical. The thing is that the beginning of 2016 is associated with lower oil prices as well as a stock market crash.

Publication date: 11 January 12:43 AM

Oil Predictions 2016 - $20/b - $100/b

According to the EIA, the average price of Brent oil in 2016 is expected to be somewhere around $56 per barrel (against $53 per barrel in 2015). Still, the agency warns that this prediction is unreliable since the oil market is probably going to be pretty volatile next year.

Publication date: 31 December 01:36 AM
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