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Why Bank Of America Thinks Oil Prices Are Heading To $100
By Tsvetana Paraskova - Sep 13, 2021, 1:00 PM CDT
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Oil prices could hit $100 per barrel over the next six months if we have a colder-than-usual winter, which could be the most important driver of global energy markets in the coming months, Bank of America says.
Oil Prices Could Climb Above $100
If winter temperatures in the northern hemisphere turn out to be below seasonal norms, oil demand would spike and could lead to oil shooting up to the $100 mark, Bank of America Global Research said in a recent note carried by Reuters.
BofA Global Research said in June that expectations of a strong demand recovery that outpaces supply in the coming months could lead to oil prices briefly hitting $100 per barrel in 2022.
“We believe that the robust global oil demand recovery will outpace supply growth over the next 18 months, further draining inventories and setting the stage for higher oil prices,” analysts at BofA wrote in June, in which they significantly raised their price forecasts for next year’s average Brent Crude prices.
Nearly three months later, BofA still sees the upside for oil prices amid modest market deficits in the next few months. It also sees potential for oil to hit $100 a barrel earlier than its mid-2022 call in June if the winter is colder than normal.
In the latest note, Bank of America analysts wrote:
“Downside risks include a new COVID-19 wave, taper tantrum, a China debt crisis, and the return of Iranian crude barrels. Having said all of that, winter weather risk is quickly becoming the most important driver of energy markets.”

The current record-high energy prices in Europe could be a sign of the things to come in commodity markets, Goldman Sachs says.
“European energy pricing dynamics offer a glimpse of what is in store for other commodity markets, with widening deficits and depleting inventories leading to elevated price volatility,” the investment bank’s analysts wrote in a new report carried by Bloomberg.
 

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Why Bank Of America Thinks Oil Prices Are Heading To $100
By Tsvetana Paraskova - Sep 13, 2021, 1:00 PM CDT
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Oil prices could hit $100 per barrel over the next six months if we have a colder-than-usual winter, which could be the most important driver of global energy markets in the coming months, Bank of America says.
Oil Prices Could Climb Above $100
If winter temperatures in the northern hemisphere turn out to be below seasonal norms, oil demand would spike and could lead to oil shooting up to the $100 mark, Bank of America Global Research said in a recent note carried by Reuters.
BofA Global Research said in June that expectations of a strong demand recovery that outpaces supply in the coming months could lead to oil prices briefly hitting $100 per barrel in 2022.
“We believe that the robust global oil demand recovery will outpace supply growth over the next 18 months, further draining inventories and setting the stage for higher oil prices,” analysts at BofA wrote in June, in which they significantly raised their price forecasts for next year’s average Brent Crude prices.
Nearly three months later, BofA still sees the upside for oil prices amid modest market deficits in the next few months. It also sees potential for oil to hit $100 a barrel earlier than its mid-2022 call in June if the winter is colder than normal.
In the latest note, Bank of America analysts wrote:
“Downside risks include a new COVID-19 wave, taper tantrum, a China debt crisis, and the return of Iranian crude barrels. Having said all of that, winter weather risk is quickly becoming the most important driver of energy markets.”

The current record-high energy prices in Europe could be a sign of the things to come in commodity markets, Goldman Sachs says.
“European energy pricing dynamics offer a glimpse of what is in store for other commodity markets, with widening deficits and depleting inventories leading to elevated price volatility,” the investment bank’s analysts wrote in a new report carried by Bloomberg.
The simple answer, sell more EV. Combustion vehicles will start disappearing from US roads after 2030. Make oil more expensive people buy more environmental-friendly vehicles. Buy Tesla @Hamartia Antidote
 

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The simple answer, sell more EV. Combustion vehicles will start disappearing from US roads after 2030. Make oil more expensive people buy more environmental-friendly vehicles. Buy Tesla @Hamartia Antidote
This whole oil price bouncing game is just a perpetual obscenity slap people aren't going to tolerate much longer.

I'd rather be at the mercy of the sun's whim to charge a car than some oil producers new agreement.
 
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