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10 November

IEA sees 'Relentess Global Supply Growth'

It is national forget-me-not day, something it is impossible to do with OPEC amid an onslaught of monthly oil reports. Today's bearish-tilted monthly report from the IEA is combining with a stronger dollar to send crude lower, while an OPEC meeting looms in less than three weeks. Hark, here are six things to consider in oil markets today. 

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27 October

OPEC weekly exports reach a record

Wax on, wax off; oil prices are rallying after selling off for the last three days, egged on by yesterday's supportive inventory report and and the ebb and flow of OPEC hope. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil markets today: 

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15 August

OPEC oil exports continue to rise

Oil is carrying on where it left off last week, rallying higher on the low likelihood event of a production freeze by key global producers. As rumors and murmurs lifted prices last week by the most since April, there appears little incentive for producers to back away from jawboning. Hark, here are five things to consider in oil markets today:

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01 June

Oil is trounced, while OPEC loadings rip higher

Sixty-two years after Linus' security blanket made its debut in the Peanuts comic strip, and the oil market is looking to tomorrow's OPEC meeting to provide some comfort and price support (it is absent thus far). A new month means a renewed onslaught of economic data ahead of  the double whammy of OPEC and Nonfarm Friday.  Hark, here are five things to consider in oil markets today.

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Matt Smith deciphers and distills what is most relevant across the energy complex into cohesive and pithy knowledge you can use. The belly laugh is a bonus.

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