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Opec faces three choices: stay, cut or hike output

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) faces three distinct choices: stay, cut, or hike output at the highly anticipated meeting in Vienna on May 25, said Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) in a new report. F

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Brent to average $54 in 2017: report

With global oil stocks still too high and US supply recovering faster than we anticipated, Brent is seen averaging $54 per barrel in 2017 and $56 per barrel in 2018, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) report. The sharp

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Oman - seeking policy credibility

Oman’s US dollar peg remains challenged by the large but narrowing twin deficits, said the Global Economic Weekly report published by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML). “Delivering on budget targets is critical. T

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Gold seen as best protectionist investment

Gold is viewed as the best protectionist investment, with a record net 15 per cent of investors considering it undervalued, according to the latest Bank of America (BofA) Merrill Lynch Fund Manager report. The BofAML Global FMS Ma

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Protectionism may lead to stronger dollar, lower oil prices

The Trump administration in the US is about change the geopolitical oil chessboard in many more ways. Protectionist policies may lead to stronger dollar and lower oil prices, says a Bank of America Merrill Lynch report. So far, oi

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Oil ‘to average $61 per barrel in 2017’

Brent crude oil price will average to $61 per barrel (/bbl), helped by the recent Opec deal, said a report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML). “Our baseline forecast for commodity prices includes an average Brent cr

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Oil ‘to average $61 per barrel in 2017’

Brent crude oil price will average to $61 per barrel (/bbl), helped by the recent Opec deal, said a report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML). “Our baseline forecast for commodity prices includes an average Brent cr

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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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