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Oil Daily Review April 30, 2019

Oil Daily Review for April 30, 2019

Why The IMF Is Wrong About Saudi Arabia Needing $85 Oil

Don’t listen to claims that Saudi Arabia needs $85 oil. It doesn’t.


3 Things Driving Oil Prices Right Now

The big energy news last week was that President Donald Trump moved to end all sanction waivers for nations that import Iranian oil. In response, Brent crude oil hit $75 per barrel for the first time in six months this past week.


Investors Demand Oil And Gas Firms Adopt Climate Targets, But They Must Also Apply Them To Their Funds

A growing number of fund managers believe that oil and gas companies should adopt business strategies in line with the targets of the Paris Agreement on climate change, but many are failing to apply the same targets to their own investment portfolios.


Silver Prices Near Large Reversal; Crude Oil and DXY in Terminal Waves

Elliott wave patterns for silver, crude oil, and US Dollar Index point to tired trends.


Weekly Technical Forecast: Key EURUSD, Nasdaq and Crude Oil Breaks Need Follow Through

We have experienced a number of key technical breaks just this past week alone. The Dollar broke to a near two-year high, the Nasdaq revived its charge to record highs and crude oil has put in for a tentative reversal.


GBPUSD Holds 1.29, Crude Oil Bounces Off Support – US Market Open

GBPUSD Holds 1.29, Crude Oil Bounces Off Support – US Market Open


WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast April 30, 2019

The WTI Crude Oil market has shown bullish pressure yet again during the trading session on Monday, recovering quite nicely late in the day. The market is lo…


Oil Majors Behind Flying Start To Hydrocarbon Exploration Activity In Q1 2019

Global hydrocarbon discoveries are on the rise as majors take a bigger bite over the first quarter.


Crude Oil Prices May Break 2019 Uptrend on Global Slowdown Fears

Crude oil prices may break chart support guiding the uptrend since the beginning of the year as fears about slowing global economic growth sour market sentiment.


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