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Oil Prices
14-10-2017, 04:33 PM,
Post: #1221
RE: Oil Prices
Deterioration of US-Arab relationship since 911 sow the seed and maybe Brexit will be the catalyst for the beginning of the end for Petro$

I don't think RMB would be the major reserve currency next 20 years but USD position will be weakened. On the other hand China views the change pragmatically but Russia has political agenda.
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14-10-2017, 05:20 PM, (This post was last modified: 14-10-2017, 05:22 PM by weijian.)
Post: #1222
RE: Oil Prices
President Trump seems to working for Saudi (and Israel?)'s benefits with the de-certification of the Iran deal. To which extent would the Saudis start to bow out? IIRC, they still buy alot of weapons from the United States, any one interested in Chinese (aka Russian-modified) weaponry as a substitute? Big Grin

Even if oil goes off the chart, there are still tons of commodities priced in USD and also the biggest of all - the Treasury bond market.

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02-11-2017, 08:27 PM,
Post: #1223
RE: Oil Prices

(14-10-2017, 04:07 PM)Behappyalways Wrote: Oil will crash to $10 a barrel with electric vehicle revolution, strategist says
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03-01-2018, 01:54 PM,
Post: #1224
RE: Oil Prices
Oil could hit $80 per barrel by the end of 2018, says portfolio manager

Jan 3, 2018

This year could mark a comeback for commodities, with oil potentially hitting $80 per barrel, a portfolio manager said on Wednesday.

Restrained production among major oil producers and the "greater impetus" to maintain stability ahead of the widely-anticipated initial public offering of Saudi Aramco will support prices further this year, said Yoon Chou Chong, head of Asian equities at Natixis Asset Management.

"We've done a lot through the exporters, tech and we're still happy with them. (But) I think this might be the year for the return of the commodities, the oil," Chong told CNBC. He named commodities as a top trade for 2018.

"The $80-mark ... (doesn't) sound too preposterous, actually," he added.

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