VIENNA, AUSTRIA, DECEMBER 19, 2015: view of the main lobby of the OFID - OPEC fund for international development

The main question everyone asks nowadays is why are crude oil prices falling? Many traders are asking the same question over and over again, and so far, there is no logical answer for such question. If you are reading this article and you are asking it too, you might get the right answer, even if you can't agree with it. Despite the fact that ...

2017-08-30 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
Crude Oil_WTI_0106

Once again Crude Oil Prices showed further signs of weakness, despite all of the measures that have been taken by the Oil producers, whether OPEC or Non-OPEC members. Every day we are receiving new statements by many of the producers saying that Crude Oil stabilization is the goal and that the commitment ratio for the output cut is more than 10...

2017-08-11 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more
Crude Oil

For the past four weeks including this week’s trading so far, Crude Oil has been trading within a range of $5, whether in Brent or WTI with no clear direction. Brent Crude was in the range between $45 and $50, while West Texas Crude managed to trade between $47 and $42, despite the fact that there were many catalysts affecting Oil demand and in...

2017-07-26 Nour Eldeen Al-Hammoury Read more