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Sunday, 18 March 11:37 (GMT -05:00)

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OPEC and Russia Created a Dangerous Rival

Russian oil expert Ivan Priobrazhenskiy has commented on the negative outcome of curbing oil production (the OPEC+ deal). He claims that while trying to create an artificial deficit in the global oil market, the OPEC+ deal participants actually did American shale oil producers a huge favor. The thing is that American shale oil companies have been boosting their production over the last year or so, and they can take the United States to the status of the world’s biggest oil producer. They have already outpaced Saudi Arabia and are close to outpacing Russia, which is currently number one in the world in terms of crude oil production.

Publication date: 06 March 07:46 AM

Oil Prices Don’t Care About OPEC’s Decisions

As you probably know, last Thursday, OPEC and their non-OPEC fellow decided to extend the so-called Vienna Accord during the recent summit in the capital of Austria. The mentioned agreement implies cutting oil production in order to back higher oil prices in the near future. The agreement was extended for 9 months – until the end of March 2018.


Publication date: 01 June 04:09 AM

Russian Economy Will Face Challenges After 2018

It’s getting more and more obvious that crude oil is not going to grow as expected, which is why the hopes laid by the Kremlin on higher oil prices and higher income from oil exports are probably not going to become a reality. Most likely, this is not going to happen over the next couple of years as well. Despite extending the Vienna Accord during the recent OPEC summit, the participants of the summit still cannot see the expected results as oil prices still haven’t shown any considerable rally, thereby indicating no significant progress.

Publication date: 28 May 11:46 PM

IMF Demands Land Reform From Ukraine

Pension and land reforms are the two questions on the agenda, without resolving which the Ukrainian government can forget about further loans from the International Monetary Funds.

Publication date: 28 May 11:30 PM

Standard & Poor’s Confirms Ukraine’s Rating

International rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has confirmed the long-term rating of Ukraine, both for national and foreign currencies. The rating is confirmed at «В-/В», with stable forecast for both national and foreign currencies.
S&P analysts underline that confirming the ratings reflects the progress achieved in the macroeconomic situation in Ukraine. The Ukrainian GDP is expected to grow by 1,9% this year.
Publication date: 28 May 11:08 AM

OPEC Extends Vienna Accord

The OPEC and their non-OPEC fellows are reported to have extended the so-called Vienna Accord today during the OPEC summit in the capital of Austria. The agreement designed to cut the participants’ oil production is expected to reduce the oversupply of crude oil in the global market in order to back higher oil prices. The agreement is extended for 9 months.
Publication date: 25 May 09:45 AM

Russia and Saudi Arabia Share Standpoint on Oil Prices

It’s not a secret that Russia and Saudi Arabia have the opposite standpoints on most of the issues on the geopolitical agenda, including the war in Syria and relations with Iran and the United States. The only thing they actually share is the necessity to back higher oil prices as soon as possible, Masterforex-V Academy experts say. Well, there is nothing to be surprised about when it comes to oil prices since both are the world’s major oil producers and exporters.


Publication date: 22 May 01:36 AM

Don't Anticipate Oil Price Crash, Experts Say

The difficulties with tax reforms in the USA and Saudi Arabia’s stance are expected to support commodity prices, some experts believe. As you know, oil prices have been going down for the last couple of weeks. They even reached the level that used to be prior to the so-called Vienna Accord.


Publication date: 12 May 12:24 AM

Brent Oil Price May Drop Below $40/B in June

Oil prices have been following a bearish trend over the last few days. International experts believe that if the OPEC doesn’t extend the so-called Vienna Accord, the prices are likely to drop below 40 dollars per barrel in a matter of weeks, if not days.


Publication date: 11 May 03:53 AM

Brent Oil Prices May Reach $65/b in Q4 2017, Citigroup Predicts

Despite the fact that American oil producers have become more active, the average price of Brent oil has all chances to reach 65 dollars per barrel in the last quarter of 2017, Citigroup experts predict.


According to the experts, the recent OPEC deal (aimed at reducing oil production and supported by several non-OPEC producers) may well be extended and therefore may become the very factor backing oil prices despite the increasing shale oil production in the United States.
Publication date: 27 April 09:39 AM

Unfavorable Prospects of Russian Oil Production

Despite a range of negative conditions, the Russian oil industry increased its oil production all the way up to another record in 2016. Still, a lot of experts assume that this tendency is likely to reverse in the near future. If that’s the case, the oil production volume in Russia will start dropping.

Publication date: 05 April 08:35 AM
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