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Peter Sainsbury

Joined: Jun 25, 2012
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Peter Sainsbury's Comment & Analysis
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A flattening in in the crude futures curve will be the sign that the decline in crude prices has run its course. That’s according to recent research published from both Goldman Sachs (N:GS) and...
As Brent crude prices approach $30 per barrel (incidentally WTI dropped just below into the 20’s overnight) traders, buyers, producers and commentators are asking where the bottom of the barrel...
Saudi Arabia announced on Sunday that it has broken off diplomatic ties with Iran. This comes amid a row over the execution by Saudi Arabia of a prominent Shia Muslim cleric. To be clear, tension...
Nickel was the worst performing commodity in 2015, down 43% to around $8,600 per tonne. Worries over weak Chinese demand for stainless steel (manufactured from nickel) coupled with robust supply...
This is the fourth in a series of articles looking at the top 10 most important drivers behind some of the main commodity futures prices. Episode 4 looks at natural gas, in particular the US...
“Pretty goddamm bad” That was how the Codelco chairman described the outlook for the mining industry last night at the LME. Despite the expectation of many in the Copper market that cuts...
The announcement on 18th September that the US Environmental Protection Agency had issued a Notice of Violation of the Clean Air Act against German car maker Volkswagen (LONDON:0P6N) for misleading...
How many times have you heard that in the media over the past few months? Many commentators point to announcements of closures to mines in Zambia and oil drilling in the US as evidence that the market...
A once mighty commodity producer, long vilified by the West strikes fear into other producers as its relationship with the US start to thaw. No, this isn’t Iran and the oil market, but Cuba and...
As commodity prices crash below levels last seen at the nadir of the financial crisis its worth asking when, or indeed if, the cycle will turn and commodity prices will bottom out. From an investors...