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Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications   
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2. Oil-Future-Based prices being updated every 30 sec, give an "Early Warning" sign, if the physical market is suddenly changing for the better or for the worse. Immediate action can be taken ahead of other market players.

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MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Oct.07.

2015-10-07 - World fuel indexes gained yesterday on the signs a global glut in supply may be easing. Brent 51,92 (+2.67), WTI 48,53 (+2.27), Gasoil 486.25 (+12.25). Today upward trend continues. We expect bunker prices may rise today: IFO - in a range of 7-10 dollars, MGO - 8-10 dollars. - MABUX Read more

Did OPEC Just Call Time On The Price War?

2015-10-07 - Thirty-seven years to the day after Benny and Frida from ABBA were married, and the recurring theme of ‘the winner takes it all‘ emerges once more in the global oil market. OPEC Secretary General Abdallah Salem El-Badri is on the wires today after rumors are stoked once more of a potential collaboration between OPEC and non-OPEC members to help speed up the balancing of the global market. He said: “We have no problem with cooperating with anybody. Even with the United States producers. If they want to talk to us, we are wil... Read more

Top 10 Reasons Why JP Morgan Thinks LNG Is Doomed

2015-10-07 - With LNG supply set to increase meaningfully over the next few years, JPMorgan sees a buyer's market until 2020 with limited new long term contracts being signed and renewal of existing contracts post expiry likely to have more price diversification (i.e. more Henry hub component) and offtake/diversion flexibility. A recent trip to Asia identified 10 key themes reinforcing their bearish outlook on the LNG market for the rest of the decade. #1: Asia LNG demand slowdown confirmed All participants shared a cautious view on near-term demand t... Read more

Has Oil Finally Bottomed?

2015-10-07 - As stated in past articles, the fundamentals are a minor part of asset appreciation these days, while Federal Reserve actions are the major part. Last Friday, this was on display, as one of the largest market reversals in history occurred, not based on fundamentals but on more QE hopes. It’s fairly clear that with the poor jobs report on top of the plethora of weak economic data all year the U.S. is perilously close to recession. The Atlanta Fed now has 0.9 percent GDP growth in Q3 which will likely be too optimistic on top of EPS cuts... Read more

Crude oil futures push higher after range breakout

2015-10-07 - Crude oil futures rose further in thin Asian trade on Wednesday after breaking out of a month-long trading range on a forecast suggesting a global glut in supply may be easing. Oil prices jumped more than $2 a barrel in the previous session with the global benchmark, Brent crude, closing above $50 a barrel for the first time in a month. The contract rose 40 cents to $52.32 a barrel by 0110 GMT, after settling up $2.67, or 5.4 percent on Tuesday. But the volume was low with Chinese traders on holiday for National Day holidays that last t... Read more

Oil prices hold above USD 46 ahead of US inventories report

2015-10-07 - Oil prices held above USD 46 a barrel in Asia on Tuesday ahead of a report on US commercial crude inventories, a closely watched indicator of demand in the world's top consumer. A decline in US drilling activity has supported prices recently, fuelling hopes a fall in production would help ease the global crude supply glut. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for November delivery see-sawed in between negative and positive territory and was up two cents at USD 46.28 in late-morning trade. Brent crude for November advanced 13 cents to ... Read more