Nigeria’s non-oil revenues down 17% in Q4 2018
Nigeria’s non-oil revenues fell by 17 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2018 from the preceding quarter, the government’s non-oil revenue was below the proportionate quarterly budget estimate of 1.4 trillion naira.
Saudi Arabia business conditions 'Quite challenging,' Emirates NBD says
Khatija Haque, head of Middle East and North Africa research at Emirates NBD, talks about the Saudi and U.A.E economies, and oil supply.
U.S. ban may mean more Venezuelan oil for China and India
- A possible move by President Donald Trump to hurt Venezuela’s oil industry could prove a shot in the arm for China and India. If the U.S. decides to deploy a slate of sanctions that it’s said to have drafted against the Latin American nation, American refiners would be forced to cease purchases.
Oil currencies to rebound if fed pauses, Credit Agricole says
Valentin Marinov, head of G-10 FX research at Credit Agricole discusses the price of oil, Federal Reserve policy and currency markets.
Algorithmic trading is not driving oil market swings
Sarah Hunt, Alpine Woods portfolio manager, and Philip Verleger, PK Verleger president, discuss the latest quarter for oil.
Dollar to rise as fed may raise two or three times, Westpac's Rennie says
Robert Rennie, Sydney-based head of global market strategy at Westpac Banking Corp., talks about Federal Reserve policy, the dollar, Asian stocks and oil.
Oil's slide below $50 alters ETF flows
West Texas Intermediate oil fell this week as fears of a supply glut and falling processing margins across key hubs from the U.S. Gulf Coast to Singapore spooked traders.
Oil marketers threat will create artificial scarcity, Senate warns Nigerian govt
Subsidy Debt: Oil marketers threat will create artificial scarcity, Senate warns Nigerian govt