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Crude Oil Weekly Forecast: Deal or No Deal - Oil Prices Continue to Slump

Crude Oil Weekly Forecast: Deal or No Deal - Oil Prices Continue to Slump

2020-03-07 07:00:00
Nick Cawley, Strategist
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Crude Oil Week Ahead Forecast: Neutral

  • OPEC proposal of 1.5 million barrels per day production cut fails to materialize
  • Russia are currently refusing to back any further output cuts.

Crude Oil Roiled by Coronavirus Epidemic

A game of brinkmanship between OPEC and Russia over new output cuts failed to materialize today. OPEC had proposed cutting oil production by 1.5 million barrels per day until the end of the year, yet Russia refused to back the cuts, instead pushing for an extension of the current level of production. OPEC’s proposal needs to have the backing on non-OPEC producers, including Russia. The breakdown in talks lead to oil declining over 10 percent Friday, the largest drop since 2014.

The continued spread of coronavirus is hammering demand for oil and this is unlikely to change in the months ahead. Chinese data showed economic activity slumped in January as businesses and factories shuttered and the economic malaise is spreading with global supply chains creaking and breaking, dragging economies across the world close to, or into, recession. A raft of central banks have either cut interest rates in the past week or are considering cuts before or at their next policy meetings in an effort to boost growth, but financial markets are ignoring this continued liquidity flush and continue to spiral lower.

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Brent crude settled down today at $45.27/bb. Its lowest level since November 2016. Horizontal support at $50.25/bbl. on the weekly chart was broken with ease, opening the way for a potential test of $44.05/bbl.

Crude Oil Weekly Price Chart (January 2016 - March 6, 2020)

Crude Oil Weekly Chart
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