In the past two weeks, two very different outlooks on the oil market were released.The first, from OPEC, presents a cautious look at the supply and demand picture for 2022. The second, from...
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When Saudi Oil Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman holds a Zoom call next week for the sixth time this year with his peers from 22 countries, he’ll probably not be thinking of new schemes to get...
The price of Brent saw a welcome jump up above $70 per barrel this week, just in time for the OPEC+ meetings. There was probably no one happier to see these higher prices this week than the...
By Noreen Burke Investing.com -- The May nonfarm payrolls report is the main event in the coming week with investors watching to see if the unexpectedly weak April employment report was just...
By Barani Krishnan Investing.com — Crude prices fell after bolting higher the previous week while gold failed again at the $1,800 test, setting both up for pivotal moves next week as oil...
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