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“It looks like someone is trying to jawbone the market,”

Oilprice.com, March 21, 2017

“because there seems to be a realization that a six-month agreement isn’t long enough to rebalance the market”

Ship and Bunker, March 14, 2017

“There is growing skepticism that the production cut has been enacted long enough to take care of the overhang,”

Nasdaq, March 13, 2017

“The break of the band yesterday is a sign that the market was overbought,”

San Antonio Express News, March 10, 2017

“We have not seen production cuts undertaken by the world’s producers really alleviate the overhang in inventories,”

Reuters, March 10, 2017

“Without full compliance by the OPEC cartel and non-OPEC producers, and signs that demand is picking up, we are positioned for a correction.”

Ship&Bunker, March 07, 2017

“The idea that we can extend it would be supportive in the medium term. Statements from Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s largest member, would be needed to push the price substantially higher”

Investing.com, March 07, 2017

“I think that has stopped some of the selling pressure that we opened with,”

Nasdaq, March 06, 2017

“The market is hemmed in,”

Bloomberg, March 04, 2017

“Without full compliance by the OPEC cartel and non-OPEC producers, and signs that demand is picking up, we are positioned for a correction,”

Reuters, February 28, 2017

“The market has been trying to break out to the upside and has yet to get the final impetus,”

BOE Report, February 28, 2017

“We’re getting to the end of the month and gasoline has been the weakest fuel on the board over last month, so we might see some pre-expiration covering,”

Platts, February 27, 2017

“We’re stuck in a range,”

Bloomberg, February 22, 2017

“The market’s response to yesterday’s stats suggests it continues to focus on forward expectations of further rebalance through production cuts and increased demand, but doesn’t have any oomph to push higher,”

CNBC, February 16, 2017

“I think that inside this little band we can expect a lot of choppy trading,”

Reuters, February 16, 2017

“I think a lot of the lack of winter has been priced in,”

CNBC, February 16, 2017

“As production cuts work their way through the system and eat into the inventory overhang, that’s going to be supportive in the long run,”

Nasdaq, February 10, 2017

“The market is focused on reduced supply and increased demand,”

Bloomberg, February 10, 2017

“It looks like we are still moving in response to Friday’s rig data,”

Bloomberg, January 30, 2017

“We pushed to the upper end of the band and ran out of steam,”

Bloomberg, January 27, 2017

“The indications are at that OPEC guys are basically starting their cuts. As we really begin to get verification, the market could be further strengthened,”

Yahoo Finance, January 23, 2017

“The rising rig count will weigh on the market,”

Bloomberg, January 23, 2017

“We opened the week higher, but couldn’t maintain it,”

Washington Post, January 17, 2017

“The idea is that if these producers honor their word, they’ll take close to two million barrels off the market,”

CNBC, January 12, 2017

“The market is in a consolidation pattern, and as we get more and more signs of them implementing cuts we’ll have another test of $55, and the market try to push higher and wait to see if they cheat,”

Reuters, January 12, 2017
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