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Brent was range-bound between $62/bbl and $68/bbl in July. Tensions in the Strait of Hormuz have kept a floor under prices, while concerns over global growth have provide...
Brent fell as low as $60.56/bbl on 12th June after successive US inventory builds and concerns over the global economy, before recovering above $65/bbl as tensions betwee...
Brent has retreated in May, falling as low as $68.05/bbl on 23rd May as building US inventories weighed, before recovering to c. $70/bbl by the end of the month. Threats...
Brent has continued to rally in April, hitting $74/bbl on 22nd April as the US announced the end of waivers for its sanctions on Iran, and in the context of better econom...
Brent has traded around $65/bbl throughout March, as a multi-week counter-seasonal draw in US inventories balances against weaker global economic data. Our Brent 2019 fo...
Brent came close, but could not close above $67/bbl in February, with a sharp sell-off prompted by President Trump tweeting that OPEC should “take it easy” on 25th Fe...
After falling $10/bbl over the Christmas period, Brent has returned to c. $60/bbl in January, in line with our expectation that the Vienna Group’s new deal has put a fl...
Brent holds around $60/bbl after the Vienna Group agrees a fresh production cut deal, in line with our expectations. The new cut is 1.2 million b/d, with 800,000 b/d from...
Brent tumbles to stand at $60/bbl at time of writing as stock market falls and Trump’s sanction waivers amplify fears of oversupply. Our Brent forecast averages $73.91...
With sanctions set to begin in November, the market is currently finely balanced between supply and demand, so how much Iranian oil is exported will remain important. Sup...