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From hope to agony, what’s left of the Arab Spring?

Ten years ago a wildfire of revolts in the Arab world touched off an unlikely series of events that swelled, then dashed many hopes, and irrevocably changed the region. From the quickfire collapse of seemingly invincible regimes to the rise … Continue reading

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Crude oil | US shale making a comeback at $50 a barrel dents crude oil market’s outlook

By Harshal Barot Oil prices ended lower for the fourth week in last five due to the overhang of inventories and consequent reduction of speculative long positions. While the compliance to output cuts has been nearly 100 per cent from … Continue reading

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Crude oil | Short-term bias for crude oil positive, but higher US output to limit upside

By Harshal Barot Crude oil continued to trade choppy for another week within its recent range as the market grappled with conflicting drivers. While expectations of a tighter market in 2017 supported prices on the lower side, lesser compliance by … Continue reading

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Crude oil | Crude oil prices to remain capped at $55; some short-covering seen ahead

By Harshal Barot Oil prices ended weaker for a fourth straight month and the gains made post the Opec deal have evaporated as global supplies and inventories remain high despite the Opec extending its output cuts for another nine months. … Continue reading

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Crude oil | Crude oil prices likely to remain in $42-$56 range in coming weeks

By Tarun Satsangi WTI crude oil prices jumped to the highest level of $49.23 per barrel since June 6, 2017. This was after after EIA’s latest report showed another 7.21 million barrels decline in the US crude oil stockpiles, which … Continue reading

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