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Some representatives of Kuwait’s oil industry see no fundamentals for much higher oil prices above $50/b in the near future. At the same time, they rate OPEC’s strategy aimed at preserving the cartel’s market share as successful. The Kuwait Minister of Oil says that until the end of this year, the global market of crude oil may have got its balance restored to see the prices settle around $50/b, Masterforex-V Academy reports.
Bloomberg experts have named new oil prices appropriate for the world’s major oil exporters to avoid losses and make at least tiny profits. They rely their projections on the recent research made by Wood Mackenzie, a consulting company saying that at $53/b and above, the world’s 50 major oil companies will stop suffering losses and start capitalizing on their oil exports to some extent.
The opening of iPhone 7 is not going to be held not very soon, but various rumors about the specialty are appearing on an incredibly regular basis. The seventh model has been expected to be a minor update of “apple” gadget, but, judging by information from Chinese insiders, this is not exactly so. Apple has been reported to have finished the latest testing of iPhone model 7, which has been followed by some unofficial details about characteristics of the device.
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.