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Old Sep 27, 2016, 4:24pm   #17
 
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Opec seems to have lost control
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Old Sep 27, 2016, 10:19pm   #18
 
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Old Sep 28, 2016, 8:43am   #19
 
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Opec seems to have lost control
Just as well. They really over charged for decades.
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Old Oct 19, 2016, 8:41am   #20
 
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Regarding the Opec's control - it's all about supply and demand (as we all know) - check here:
https://www.iea.org/oilmarketreport/omrpublic/
demand - 97 mb/d
supply - 95.9 mb/d

But! The recent quarters (this one and the previous one) were probably the only ones where supply is less than demand. That's why we see this rebound in prices. But I presume once the prices will tick even one penny higher the US and other will just continue to pump like crazy.
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Pat494 started this thread When oil is replaced by renewables the oil kingdoms will fall flat on their faces. Their greed was their undoing in many cases.
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When oil is replaced by renewables the oil kingdoms will fall flat on their faces. Their greed was their undoing in many cases.
The only question is "when"
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Pat494 started this thread I see that there is a new economic theory starting up. Probably dovetailing Trump's philosophy. It states that international trade is bad for a country like America. Jobs in manufacturing particularly it states, are eroded away by foreign competition. This is a complete reversal of current theory for the past 50 years.
Should Trump get elected, will he be able to put tariffs onto foreign imports ? Or will Congress block that path ? This will severely hit countries like China that export. Protectionism has been tried before but without much success. But if the foreign competition is winning hands down in almost every field then it may be the only course left as investment flees the country.
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