Gulf Storm: Supply Anxiety amid a Weak Economy
The oil market is coping with a seemingly contradictory set of concerns: supply anxiety during a period of weak demand. Strong non-OPEC supply growth relative to demand growth suggests a bearish sentiment, yet the market is also characterized by heightened unease about the stability of supply from Iran and elsewhere and limited spare production capacity....
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