The Oil Countries And Their Breakevens

The Oil Countries And Their Breakevens

Here is a look at some of the other oil market players that are finding themselves on equally dangerous dire straits. Oman  Analysts may be overstating Oman’s role as a mediator in a volatile region, but make no mistake–Oman is...
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Qatar Airways will not take new planes this year or next

Qatar Airways will not take new planes this year or next

Qatar Airways will not take any new planes ordered from Boeing or Airbus in 2020 or 2021, Chief Executive Officer Akbar al-Baker said on Wednesday, adding there would be a knock-on effect on future deliveries due to the coronavirus pandemic....
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World Trade Refuses To Rebound

World Trade Refuses To Rebound

The pandemic and ensuing lockdowns across the world have led to a recession, if not depression, unseen since the 1930s. It has resulted in unprecedented job loss and economic declines in both developed and emerging economies. Central bankers have spent the...
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SUV Sales Exceed 40% Of Global Car Sales

SUV Sales Exceed 40% Of Global Car Sales

SUV Sales Exceed 40% Of Global Car Sales For The First Time. Sales of SUVs have been continuously rising not only in America but also around the world, to the point of exceeding 40 percent of all new car sales...
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Top 12 Oil Majors Book $20.6 Billion Loss In 1Q

Top 12 Oil Majors Book $20.6 Billion Loss In 1Q

The 12 largest listed oil companies in the world booked a combined net loss of US$20.6 billion for the first quarter this year, compared to a collective net income of US$23.4 billion for Q1 2019, according to estimates of Anadolu...
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Nissan Considers Slashing 20,000 Jobs Worldwide

Nissan Considers Slashing 20,000 Jobs Worldwide

Nissan scientists and management have known for 3 years what the future of cars will look like. They also know that the day of reckoning has approached. Briefly: The future of cars will look a little different than what the design...
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JP Morgan warns: Transparent Currencies Could Threaten US Geopolitical Power

JP Morgan warns: Transparent Currencies Could Threaten US Geopolitical Power

JPMorgan’s head of of U.S. interest-rate derivatives strategy Josh Younger and chief U.S. economist Michael Feroli – wrote: “This revolves primarily around U.S. dollar hegemony. Issuing the global reserve currency and the medium of exchange for inte...
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Hundred Fully Loaded Tankers Anchored Off Singapore, BP Reported  $4 Billion Loss

Hundred Fully Loaded Tankers Anchored Off Singapore, BP Reported $4 Billion Loss

Back in the late fall of 2014, when Saudi Arabia broke up OPEC for the first time and unleashed a torrent of crude oil on the world despite the protests of its fellow cartel members, oil prices crashed as a...
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Break-even Oil Prices for 2020, Driller Diamond Offshore Filed for Bankruptcy

Break-even Oil Prices for 2020, Driller Diamond Offshore Filed for Bankruptcy

A sharp drop in oil prices adds to rating pressures for oil-exporting Middle East and Africa (MEA) sovereigns with vulnerable public and external finances, says Fitch Ratings. A slump in tourism, weakening demand for non-oil exports, and financial volatility a...
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Daimler Sees 70% Drop in 1Q Earnings, Renault and Hyundai Follow

Daimler Sees 70% Drop in 1Q Earnings, Renault and Hyundai Follow

Daimler AG (owner of Mercedes-Benz) sees first-quarter earnings plunge almost 70% as the coronavirus-related lockdowns have left its auto showrooms closed. The German luxury automaker announced that it expected preliminary adjusted first-quarter earnings befo...
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Historic Oil Crash Sends Canadian Oil Prices Negative, WTI To $11.05

Historic Oil Crash Sends Canadian Oil Prices Negative, WTI To $11.05

When GS’s crude oil analysts turned apocalyptic last month, writing that “This Is The Largest Economic Shock Of Our Lifetimes”, they echoed something we said previously namely that the record surge in excess oil output amounting to a mindblow...
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Oil Glut – At Least 160 Million Barrels Are Held in Tankers

Oil Glut – At Least 160 Million Barrels Are Held in Tankers

At Least 160 Million Barrels Are Held in Tankers Amid Lack of Onshore Storage. The pandemic and related self-isolation measures have triggered a massive fall in global demand for oil. Traders are now struggling to find storage space for excess...
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Schedule of the delayed OPEC+ webinar

Schedule of the delayed OPEC+ webinar

The delayed OPEC+ webinar on Thursday will arguably be the most important gathering of ministers to date, with countries outside OPEC+ also poised to potentially tune into the discussions, thus presenting scope for coordinated action. The meeting is due to...
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Emerging Markets After $18 Trillion Global Equity Wipeout

Emerging Markets After $18 Trillion Global Equity Wipeout

Emerging market stocks trade at record 65% discount to U.S. after $18 trillion global equity wipeout. The global financial rout triggered by the pandemic wiped $18 trillion off global equity markets in the year to date, and emerging markets, in...
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IATA: Airlines Urgently Need $200B In Capital

IATA: Airlines Urgently Need $200B In Capital

Global airlines running out of cash, need government support. Swift government action is needed to help global airlines that are in a desperate situation and running out of cash, the International Air Transport Association warned on a media call on...
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