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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...
Brent climbs to trouble $80/bbl in September, prompting Trump tweets prior to OPEC’s 23rd September meeting. OPEC and allies refuse to promise more production, seeing ...
Brent trades around $73/bbl for most of August, balanced between concerns over supply later in the year and ongoing trade spats between the US and China. Futures are in ...
Brent sees 6.9% decline on 11th July, before recovering to c. $74/bbl mid-month. Money managers take profits and reduce record net long position, using announcement of r...
Brent at $77.37/bbl on 27th June, up from $73/bbl in the wake of the OPEC and allies agreement return to 100% compliance with existing production targets in the near futu...
Brent hit $80/bbl this month before retreating sharply to c. $75/bbl as Russia and Saudi Arabia signalled they will compensate for outages in Venezuela and Angola, and sa...
Brent reached $75/bbl on 23rd April as Vienna Group compliance improved significantly, due to poor Venezuelan and Angolan production performance. The dollar and oil pric...
Brent dipped during early March to c. $65/bbl, but has settled at c. $69/bbl as of 21st March as crude inventories continue to fall counter-seasonally. Fed confidence in...