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Daniel Lacalle 9h
Look out, helter skelter! Imagine the level of oversupply in the market that even a 5% disruption on supply from the drone attack on Saudi Arabia barely makes the price rise less than 5%.
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jeroen blokland 10h
is still very, very big!
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Javier Blas Sep 14
Saudi Arabia says it has contained a fires after two large facilities were attacked with drones: the Abqaiq processing center and the Khurais oilfield (video is Abqaiq) | 🇸🇦 ⛽️🛢
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Mark Gatiss Sep 11
Don't know what to call this one. 'Pool Boy'? 'A Smaller Splash'? 'Hackney'? 🙂
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Bill Perkins (Guy) 5h
Either Saudi Arabia is lying or they have the worst design and security for 50% of their revenue.
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Javier Blas Sep 14
FULL STORY: The drone attack on a major Saudi Arabia oil processing centre appears to have caused far more disruption than it appeared earlier this morning | our updated story with and
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Holger Zschaepitz 11h
Global markets start the week on a slippery note as jumps after Saudi facility attacks. Most of Asia and US stock futures fell while Gold & Yen, which are often considered haven assets during times of turmoil, edged up. Brent trades 10.7% higher. Gold >$1.5k, Bitcoin $10.3k.
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Mark Gatiss Sep 10
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Anas Alhajji 14h
Just a reminder: Higher oil prices while currencies of major oil-consuming countries are declining is a threat to oil demand growth
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Aytakin 3m
Back in April, PK Verleger wrote a piece on 19 Historical disruptions and their effect on the world markets. Today, as we witness the 20th disruptions, it's worth a revisit!
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Marc McLovin ⭐️ Sep 14
ok after reviewing all the comments to my oil questions... my special moving average and highly tuned indicators tell me that gaps up at open - and is red by end of day monday. 🤣if I'm right I told you so if I'm wrong I was joking around 😜😯
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FX_Fundamentals 7h
The sharpest drop in supply in history
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Jason Bordoff Sep 14
Before gets too excited about how we're no longer dependent on foreign , let's remember that NET zero imports masks HUGE exports AND imports. And we still import a huge amount of oil. Saudi imports have fallen, but only modestly.
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Pamela Harrison Sep 15
I've been working on this oil painting but it needs a title. Suggestions welcome .co.uk
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Frances Horodelski 18h
Tomorrow everyone will be an expert.
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Traci Ann 16h
Hmm, now I’m suspicious of the drone attack!? It seems like a strategy straight from the Putin playbook. The fact that my mind even goes there shows how we’ve dropped so low in the last few years 😢
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Serkan Erden 20h
Goldman's thoughts on , via Zerohedge
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Anas Alhajji Sep 15
Historic Irony: If the US releases oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) to compensate for the loss of Saudi from , the likelihood that the released oil is a saudi oil is very high! Historically, the US was built by importing oil from Saudi Arabia!
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Make a Profit Trading 57m
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Herman Cain 4h
An incident like this used to bring on a major crisis for the United States. Now it's a major opportunity, and we're not missing it.
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