OPEC Wins Over Hedge Funds to Make 2017 Oil’s Most Bullish Year

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  1. OPEC Wins Over Hedge Funds to Make 2017 Oil’s Most Bullish Year  Bloomberg
  2. US crude ends year above $60 on strong global oil demand  Reuters
  3. How Crude Oil Prices Fared This Year and What Next Year May Bring  24/7 Wall St.
  4. Oil Breaks Above $60 on Increasing Demand  Fox Business
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Oil bulls are charging into the new year with unprecedented vigor, and the credit goes to OPEC. Meanwhile, U.S. crude stockpiles have declined by about a fifth since peaking in March and approached the end of at their lowest level since October . While the threat of too much shale production .Oil bulls are charging into the new year with unprecedented vigour, and the credit goes to Opec. [CALGARY] Oil bulls are charging into the new year with unprecedented vigour, and the credit goes to Opec. Hedge funds boosted their Brent net long position the difference between bets on a rally and wagers on a decline .Trunkline, Inc. Trunkline is the professional network, vendor directory, and knowledge sharing platform for the oil and gas industry. Have a question? Contact us today!. , Saudis and Russia agree to oil output freeze, talks with Iran to follow. , Euro zone maintains momentum as turmoil threatens outlook. , Oil prices rally roughly after more jawboning from OPEC members. , Oil falls on U.S. supply record, weak demand .







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