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“The longs have withdrawn from the market and the sellers are back in full force”.

Stuff.co, February 10, 2016

“The longs have withdrawn from the market and the sellers are back in full force,”

The Street, February 09, 2016

“The reality is seeping back in that there isn’t going to be any production cutback outside of the U.S.,”

Bloomberg, February 08, 2016

“It’s pretty clear that Saudi Arabia means to stand by their policy to maintain market share,”

Globe and Mail, February 08, 2016

“Fundamentally, the picture remains weak,”

Global Post, February 05, 2016

“The inventory report this week was very bearish,”

Bloomberg, February 05, 2016

“We’ve seen people piling in and getting out. The exit and entry has elevated trading volumes,”

Reuters, February 04, 2016

“I haven’t seen any official comments from the Saudi Arabians yet, so I think the latest push is just another wave of covering by the spec shorts,”

Reuters, January 28, 2016

“I don’t think this report shows that things are all that bullish when I read it,”

Fiscal Times, January 27, 2016

“Excess supply and fears of a slowing economy that will curb fuel demand are the prime drivers of the market,”

Bloomberg, January 26, 2016

“It’s another signpost the excess supply fears have the market by the throat,”

Wall Street Journal, January 26, 2016

“The question is, are we going to continue lower and retest our lows, and right now, it doesn’t seem like there’s anything to stop this.”

Yahoo News, January 25, 2016

“The fundamentals are still weak and you still have worries about economic growth and its impact on fuel demand, so this is probably a sign that things have been overdone more than anything else.”

Los Angeles Mirror, January 23, 2016

“Concerns about excess supply continue to weigh on the market,”

Bloomberg, January 20, 2016

“With the global economy, we could be in a serious crisis…which translates into a lack of demand for energy,”

Wall Street Journal, January 15, 2016

“One of the supportive factors in 2015 was that low prices would trigger increased demand,”

Platts, January 15, 2016

“Some of the sellers took a little profit out,”

Wall Street Journal, January 14, 2016

“The market is being driven by excess supply and weak demand,”

The Street, January 12, 2016

“You need cold weather and a huge amount of gas burn for six to eight weeks,”

Bloomberg, January 11, 2016

“There are concerns that demand could be affected by the slowing economic conditions in China,”

Platts, January 11, 2016

“There’s a lot of oil around the market and demand is uncertain at best,”

Wall Street Journal, January 05, 2016

“The market is focusing on weak fundamentals.”

The Street, January 04, 2016

“It’s not surprising that at sub-$40 a barrel levels you see a willingness of new buyers to come into the market,”

Platts, January 04, 2016

“The geopolitical risk is a little overstated,”

Bloomberg, January 03, 2016

“Going forward we are going to be vulnerable to weather, and unless we see really sustained periods of cold weather, the market is going to have trouble rallying,”

Bloomberg, December 30, 2015
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