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Oil currencies to rebound if fed pauses, Credit Agricole says
Valentin Marinov, head of G-10 FX research at Credit Agricole discusses the price of oil, Federal Reserve policy and currency markets.
OPEC output falls most in almost two years
OPEC's production plunged by the most in almost two years in December, even before the deal to cut oil supplies started. Output fell 530,000 barrels a day to 32.6 million.
Algorithmic trading is not driving oil market swings
Sarah Hunt, Alpine Woods portfolio manager, and Philip Verleger, PK Verleger president, discuss the latest quarter for oil.
Dollar to rise as fed may raise two or three times, Westpac's Rennie says
Robert Rennie, Sydney-based head of global market strategy at Westpac Banking Corp., talks about Federal Reserve policy, the dollar, Asian stocks and oil.
Where does the price of oil head in 2019?
UBS Head Of Global Macro Strategy Yianos Kontopoulos discusses the price of oil and where it may head in 2019.
Oil's slide below $50 alters ETF flows
West Texas Intermediate oil fell this week as fears of a supply glut and falling processing margins across key hubs from the U.S. Gulf Coast to Singapore spooked traders.
Oil marketers threat will create artificial scarcity, Senate warns Nigerian govt
Subsidy Debt: Oil marketers threat will create artificial scarcity, Senate warns Nigerian govt
Riyadh between an OPEC rock and Trump's hard place
Donald Trump wants Riyadh to keep pumping oil to keep global prices low, a tactic that pleases his blue-collar base at home. But the Saudis may balk at opposing other OPEC members ahead of a key meeting of the cartel.
Nigerian oil minister hopes Trump will be 'Excited' by OPEC decision
Nigerian Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Emmanuel Kachikwu discusses the agreement by OPEC+ to cut production by 1.2 million barrels per day with Bloomberg's Marcus Cranny on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
Saudi Arabia: US 'not in a position to tell OPEC what to do'
President Donald Trump's call for OPEC to keep oil flows unrestricted drew criticism from Saudi Arabia. The oil cartel convened in Vienna to discuss cutting output, in a bid to bring prices back from a two month slump.
Nigerian banks continue to face challenges
Fitch ratings say operating conditions in Nigeria are recovering given improving oil prices. However, Fitch warns that the operating environment for banks is difficult with minimal sector loan growth and pressure on margins and capital.
Saudi oil output reaches record
Crude posted its biggest gain in months as the world's largest oil exporters prepare to talk global supplies. This is despite daily oil output from Saudi Arabia reaching a record 11.2 million barrels a day.