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Just How Big Is the Biggest-Ever Slump in World Oil Demand?

The International Energy Agency, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and the U.S....

discovered 1 month ago on Bloomberg

Oil Goes Below Zero: What's Behind the Negative Pricing?

Just how low can oil prices go? In a bizarre turn of events, oil futures took a dive on Monday and...

discovered 1 month ago on Zacks via Yahoo Finance

Oil Price Fundamental Daily Forecast – Announcement to Reopen Economy Could Trigger Short-Covering...

The International Energy Agency (IEA) on Wednesday forecast a 29 million barrel per day (bpd) dive...

discovered 1 month ago on FX Empire via Yahoo Finance

Oil Prices Won't Be Negative Forever. But the Oil Industry Will Never Be the Same

The coronavirus pandemic has shocked the oil industry, flooding companies with more supply than the...

discovered 1 month ago on Time via Yahoo News

Oil Price Fundamental Weekly Forecast – Prices Could Crater Ahead of May Futures Expiration

U.S. West Texas Intermediate and International-benchmark Brent crude oil futures finished lower last...

discovered 1 month ago on FX Empire via Yahoo Finance

World demand for oil expected to suffer greatest decline in history

The International Energy Agency (IEA) forecast that the global demand for oil would decline more...

discovered 1 month ago on The Sarasota Herald-Tribune

3 Jaw-Dropping Statistics Showing COVID-19's Impact on the Oil Market | The Motley Fool

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused much of the global economy to shut down. Here's a look at several...

discovered 1 month ago on The Motley Fool

Coronavirus Has Wiped Out A Decade Of Oil Demand Growth

April demand is expected to be down by 29 mb/d, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Oddly, so many forecasts from investment banks have predicted a V-shaped ...

discovered 1 month ago on Market Watch


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