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Non-Opec oil output decline rates speed up

Non-Opec oil field decline rates have accelerated to 5 per cent as a result of the impact on output from a 41 per cent or $285 billion reduction in global oil & gas capex from the 2014 peak, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) report sa

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Non-Opec oil output decline rates speed up

Non-Opec oil field decline rates have accelerated to 5 per cent as a result of the impact on output from a 41 per cent or $285 billion reduction in global oil & gas capex from the 2014 peak, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) report sa

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Oil could trade above $60 in 2017: report

Oil supply growth by Opec countries will not match the output declines being experienced by non-Opec producers and this could lead to higher crude prices next year, says a report.  To balance the oil market by 2020, US oil and gas

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Govt regulations, human capital back Bahrain growth

Bahrain continues to benefit from favourable supply-side factors: supportive human capital, mature regulatory environment and cost-competitiveness versus regional financial centres, as well as connectivity to Saudi Arabia, a report said.

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No peak oil demand until 2040: BoAML report

A peak in global oil demand is unlikely to occur before 2040 in a sub-$70 oil world, according to a research report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BoAML). Over the medium-term, low oil prices will influence the trajectory of

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Oil at $30 ‘could drain Saudi FX at $18bn a month’

The foreign exchange (FX) reserve drain on Saudi Arabia could accelerate to $18 billion per month if Brent crude oil prices average $30 per barrel, adding pressure on the kingdom’s currency, a report said. Saudi Arabia has b

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Oil at $30 ‘could drain Saudi FX at $18bn a month’

The foreign exchange (FX) reserve drain on Saudi Arabia could accelerate to $18 billion per month if Brent crude oil prices average $30 per barrel, adding pressure on the kingdom’s currency, a report said. Saudi Arabia has b

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GCC equity markets ‘increasingly attractive’

GCC equity markets are looking increasingly attractive after the broad based sell off since the summer, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a recent research report.  In this context, the GCC markets presently represent a b

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Hike in cash holdings over weaker global economy

Global investors have raised their holdings of cash significantly in response to a weaker global economic outlook, particularly in China, according to the Bank of America (BofA) Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey for July. Overall,

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Saudi liquidity holds up in May over stable oil

Saudi Arabia’s domestic liquidity held up in May, helped by the stabilization in oil prices, at the cost of continued expansionary fiscal policy, a report said. M3 growth was 10.4 per cent year-on-year (yoy) in May, increasi

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