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Putin: We will reflect on oil production cuts


  • The decree responding to the price cap will be announced in the coming days
  • Decision on oil production cuts not yet made
  • We will not sell oil to those who proposed price caps
  • We will think about the declines in oil production
  • Nothing would be left of any enemy who decides to attack Russia with nuclear weapons.

Putin has officially put production cuts on the table. WTI crude oil

Crude oil

Crude oil is the most popular tradable instrument in the energy sector, providing exposure to global market conditions, geopolitical risks and the economy. The instrument is strategically used and located in the global economy. Crude oil has proven to be a unique option for traders given the volatility and effectiveness of swing trading and longer term strategies. Despite its popularity, crude oil is a very complex investment instrument, given the litany of oil price swings, risks and policy impact stemming from OPEC. Short for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC functions as an intergovernmental organization of 13 countries, helping to define and dictate the global oil market. through other instruments exhibited there. This includes energy stocks, USD/CAD and other investment options. Crude oil itself is traded on a duality of markets, including West Texas Intermediate Crude (WTI) and Brent. Brent has been the most widely used index in recent years, while WTI is more heavily traded on futures contracts at the time of writing. Apart from geopolitical events or OPEC decisions, crude oil can move in different ways. The most basic is simple supply and demand, which is affected by global production. Rising industrial production, economic prosperity and other factors all play a role in crude prices. By extension, recessions, lockdowns or other stifling factors can also influence crude prices. For example, excess supply or subdued demand due to the aforementioned factors would cause crude prices to decline. This is due to traders selling crude oil futures or other instruments. If demand increases or production plateaus, traders will bid higher and higher on the rough, pushing prices up.

Crude oil is the most popular tradable instrument in the energy sector, providing exposure to global market conditions, geopolitical risks and the economy. The instrument is strategically used and located in the global economy. Crude oil has proven to be a unique option for traders given the volatility and effectiveness of swing trading and longer term strategies. Despite its popularity, crude oil is a very complex investment instrument, given the litany of oil price swings, risks and policy impact stemming from OPEC. Short for the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC functions as an intergovernmental organization of 13 countries, helping to define and dictate the global oil market. through other instruments exhibited there. This includes energy stocks, USD/CAD and other investment options. Crude oil itself is traded on a duality of markets, including West Texas Intermediate Crude (WTI) and Brent. Brent has been the most widely used index in recent years, while WTI is more heavily traded on futures contracts at the time of writing. Apart from geopolitical events or OPEC decisions, crude oil can move in different ways. The most basic is simple supply and demand, which is affected by global production. Rising industrial production, economic prosperity and other factors all play a role in crude prices. By extension, recessions, lockdowns or other stifling factors can also influence crude prices. For example, excess supply or subdued demand due to the aforementioned factors would cause crude prices to decline. This is due to traders selling crude oil futures or other instruments. If demand increases or production plateaus, traders will bid higher and higher on the rough, pushing prices up.
Read this term hit a session high of $72.85 on these comments.

Russia’s energy minister said he has three choice

Choice

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Options represent a contract that allows investors to buy or sell underlying instruments such as securities, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or indices at a certain price over a certain period of time. Buying and selling options can be done in the options market, which trades security-based contracts. When trading options, the option price is therefore a percentage of the underlying asset or security. Investors who buy an option can buy shares later and are known as a call option, while buying an option that allows you to sell shares later is called a put option. Why Trade Options In particular, options differ from stock trading in that they do not represent ownership of a company. In addition, futures contracts use contracts in the same way as options, although options are considered much lower risk due to the fact that you can withdraw or close an options contract at any time. When buying or selling options, traders retain the right to decide how to exercise that option at any time until the expiration date. As such, buying or selling an option does not mean that you must exercise it at the time of purchase/sale. This flexibility with options is a notable distinction from futures contracts and are considered derivative securities. This means that the price of options is derived from the value of assets like the market, securities or other underlying instruments. For this reason, options are often considered less risky than stock trading. Options trading is available at many brokerage firms and is a staple offering for most retail sites.
Read this term to answer on price caps and I suspect those three are sitting on Putin’s desk right now. He didn’t say what they were, but a separate report says they are:

  1. A complete embargo on the supply of those who supported the price cap, even if they buy Russian oil via third countries
  2. A ban on all exports under contract whose terms include price caps, regardless of the buyer
  3. A floor price set at a discount to Brent

Update: here is the video (with English translation) of Putin’s comments. To me he doesn’t seem too keen on cutting production and says the cap “isn’t really that important” and he says it will be announced in the next “weeks” not “days” according to the Reuters translation, but I’m told he actually said “days”.



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