Goldman Sachs Bullish On Oil, Sets $55/BBL Forecast For WTIBala Murali Krishna
Goldman Sachs is finally convinced that OPEC’s oil production cuts will come into effect, and begin to bite early next year. With demand also expected to grow, the bank raised its WTI price forecast for the first half of 2017 to $55/bbl, compared to earlier forecasts of $45/bbl for the first quarter, and $50 for the subsequent although caveat emptor see Goldman Forecast: From $200 To $20 In Just A Few Years
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