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Legendary Oil Trader Expects Raw Prices To Rebound

Just two months ago, the fear of killing Iranian supplies had the oil market, and analysts were wondering how high…

Just two months ago, the fear of killing Iranian supplies had the oil market, and analysts were wondering how high prices could go and whether we should see 100 dollars of oil again.

Just a few weeks later, nobody talks about $ 100 anymore, and oil analysts and traders try to give an idea that oil prices will recover from current downturns after sales in recent weeks have dried away the profits of the year.

Many analysts look for recovery, factoring in anticipation that OPEC will announce a significant decrease in early December to raise Brent Crude prices from the low $ 60s to the 70s.

One of the analysts who expect an OPEC-assisted rebound in prizes is legendary oil letter Andy Hall, who got the nickname “God” to profitable predict the oil price.

“The risk balance at this time favors some form of recovery,” said Hall in a new interview with Bloomberg. “It’s quite likely that OPEC will come through some sort of cut in the next month or two,” says Hall.

Referring to data from Geospatial Analytics Company Orbital Insight, Hall of Bloomberg told that oil stocks have skipped over the past few months in OPEC countries, Europe and North America.

On demand, the stronger US dollar against emerging currency markets and concerns about the US-China trade warfare weighed on request, according to Hall.

Andy Hall, the legendary oil industry that focused on higher oil prices for more than a decade continued to keep his eyesight even after the oil crisis in 201

4. But in the summer of 2017, he closed his main fund Astenbeck after the fund had posted double-digit losses.

“In short, Opec, the market and oil giants have stopped the runway,” said Hall in a letter to investors seen by the Financial Times in July 2017. Related: Trumps Impossible Decision on Saudi Arabia 19659002] Hall now sees prices to recover and OPEC makes a decision at its meeting on 6-7 December to reduce oil production again to prevent another glut and raise oil prices.

Both OPEC and the International Energy Agency (IEA) recently said that oil stocks around the world have risen recently. However, the two organizations have different views on what growing stocks are intended. The IEA sees the inventory “as a form of insurance rather than a threat.” OPEC is already talking about cuts to boost prices after increasing production to compensate for what was expected to be a significant Iranian supply dump. The drop-off has not materialized yet – at least not as fierce as feared – thanks to American exceptions to eight key people from Iran’s oil.

Analysts have begun OPEC to announce a decrease of at least 1 million bpd in December, and all the less could disappoint and lower oil prices further.

During the past week, however, analysts have become more grumble due to the complicated ties between the US and Saudi Arabia. Riyadh may be disappointed that it may have been “subdued” by the United States to pump more to compensate Iranian losses. But the US administration refused to blame Saudis for killing Jamal Khashoggi and President Trump thanked Saudi Arabia for the low oil prices and called for even lower prices. Related: Trump Rate Charges for Lower Oil Prices, Also Wanting Cheaper Raw

“It’s impossible to make basic analysis with some kind of security due to what happens to US administration and their relationship with Saudi Arabia” Amrita Sen, Chief Oil Technician at Energy Aspects, told Bloomberg on Wednesday.

On the basis of reasons, OPEC is definitely doing a great deal – they know what they need to balance the market and it’s about 1.4 million bpd, said later. Energy Aspek’s oil expert noted, however, that nobody on earth can know whether Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman will not only tell energy minister Khalid al-Falih, “No, you can not cut.” [19659002] An OPEC meeting that can not be managed can meet President Trump’s wish for further oil price drops and, furthermore, lower gasoline prices, but WTI Crude in the low $ 50 or lower is dangerous near breakevens in any US slate player it has flourished with the higher oil prices. This is Bakken in North Dakota, where oil production continues to hit new record hikes this year and hit the previous record from the end of 2014.

“Current prices are Bakken producers in North Dakota at real risk,” says Sen Bloomberg, and add that even in areas of Permian, productive growth will “absolutely slow” if current WTI prices persist.

Oil prices may rise if OPEC succeeds in getting a still dubious Russia on board and announces a significant reduction of two weeks. But geopolitics could dump the foundation again and lower prices further down.

By Tsvetana Paraskova for

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