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Commented by Stefan Feulner on November 8th, 2021 | 11:28 CET

Deutsche Rohstoff, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP - Rise to hysteria

  • Oil

Energy prices in Germany continue to rise, driving inflation beyond the 4% mark. Heating oil alone increased in price by around 80% within a year. However, there is no end in sight to the rise. The supply bottleneck and immense demand are likely to push oil prices above the psychological USD 100 mark in the next few years. Analysts at JPMorgan even see a new supercycle approaching the world and renewed their forecast to an oil price of USD 190 in 2025.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 3rd, 2021 | 12:49 CET

Royal Dutch, BP, Saturn Oil + Gas: OPEC sends oil to 100 dollars!

  • Oil

The oil rally continues! In October, the Brent and WTI grades recorded an increase of around 10%. Market observers justified the friendly month with the good mood on the stock markets. The risk appetite returned due to the turn of the markets at the beginning of October. More volatile asset classes such as commodities benefited from this. Time and again, reference is also made to fuel reserves in China, which had recently fallen sharply. The world's second-largest economy could now buy more on the oil market to strategically replenish its reserves. Tension is rising in the oil market. Which stocks can benefit in this environment?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on October 25th, 2021 | 12:36 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil & Gas, Royal Dutch Shell - Oil stocks take off

  • Oil

Anyone who has to fill up their car at the moment will not be thrilled. Prices at gas stations rose in some cases to over EUR 2. The reason is the further rising oil price. An end to this trend is currently not in sight. Morgan Stanley analyst Martijn Rats raised his forecasts for the first quarter of 2022 to USD 95 and sees the oil price at USD 70 per barrel in the long term. Falling supply due to scaled-back investments is causing prices to rise. Due to climate protection and the targets set, investments in the development of new oil wells have been significantly reduced. In 2014 it was still USD 740 billion; 6 years later, it is only USD 350 billion. Oil producers are currently benefiting the most from this development, so we take a closer look at three companies.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on October 19th, 2021 | 12:46 CEST

Nvidia, Almonty Industries, BP - Scarcity drives prices!

  • Tungsten

The shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is increasing the need for industrial metals. Copper's excellent thermal conductivity, along with its corrosion resistance, ease of processing, strength, durability and formability, offer unbeatable advantages in solar thermal applications. Tungsten's properties also play an increasingly important role in power, lighting, medical and aerospace applications. Companies producing the critical metal have significant upside opportunities in this regard.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on October 4th, 2021 | 12:36 CEST

BP, Almonty Industries, Standard Lithium - Which commodities offer the most potential?

  • Tungsten

Last Tuesday, the barrel of oil reached the USD 80 mark again for the first time since 2018, even though OPEC had recently increased production volumes. The discrepancy between supply and demand obviously could not be closed by the production increase. Comparing tungsten with gold, an investment in tungsten could beat gold by 70% since 2010. In the case of lithium, the price is also rising significantly. The automotive industry has decided to push ahead with its conversion to e-mobility in the interests of sustainability. So, the ambitious goal of charging only USD 100 per KWh of capacity in an e-car battery will not happen, making the price of e-cars much cheaper. Today, we take a look at three companies that produce these raw materials and analyze the potential.

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Commented by Nico Popp on September 22nd, 2021 | 10:28 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom: Where growth meets low valuations

  • Oil

The climate turnaround is coming, but it will not happen overnight. One raw material that will be needed for a long time to come is oil. OPEC recently increased its demand forecast for 2022 by 4.2 million barrels - every day. The oil companies, which are currently valued low on the stock market, will therefore continue to earn good money for a long time to come. But here, too, the companies with the edge are those that are flexible and have a sustainable focus. We present three stocks.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 26th, 2021 | 12:04 CEST

Deutsche Rohstoff, Royal Dutch Shell, BP, Standard Lithium: Suddenly, oil is back!

  • Oil

Looking at the oil prices is really astonishing. Just last week, the price of a barrel was unwaveringly on its way down, with Brent crude even marking a 3-month low of USD 64.9 on the spot market. Then the direct reversal and a pronounced rally upwards to courses of USD 71.8 yesterday morning. The weaker US dollar and the dwindling fears of the Delta variant, which rages in China's major cities less than initially expected, are sought as reasons. As a result, the short-term demand worries have evaporated again. But another reason is also on the table: The events in Afghanistan are again bringing great unrest to an important oil and raw materials region. That pushes the prices further!

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on August 10th, 2021 | 12:45 CEST

Nordex, Saturn Oil & Gas, BP - Pressure on the pipeline

  • Oil

Despite record figures from Saudi oil giant Saudi Aramco, with profits quadrupling in the last quarter, the oil price fell more than 4% due to resurgent concerns over the Corona pandemic. A correction is more than healthy after a price quadrupling and the brilliant recovery rally since the crash in the spring. Experts see black gold beyond the USD 100 mark in the long term, despite the energy transition and the switch from fossil fuels to renewables.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on August 2nd, 2021 | 11:39 CEST

Royal Dutch, Saturn Oil & Gas, BP: Finding the right oil pearl!

  • Oil

The global economy is slowly regaining momentum, although there is still a risk from the Corona pandemic. The Association of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its partner countries (OPEC+) have agreed to significantly increase oil production as the global economy recovers. Starting in August, the oil alliance will increase its daily output by 400,000 barrels each month until further notice. If market conditions permit, the current production cut will expire in September 2022. As prices have so far remained well above USD 70, oil is obviously in demand. So the industry seems to be running at full speed again. Where are the opportunities for investors?

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Commented by Armin Schulz on July 28th, 2021 | 12:03 CEST

BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Gazprom - Oil companies offer great opportunities

  • Oil

The oil price came under pressure in mid-July following an OPEC meeting. Starting in August, production will be increased by 400,000 barrels per day. This arrangement is to apply initially until September 2022. From May 2022, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Russia all want to increase their production capacities, which would mean additional production of around 1.6 million barrels per day. The price of crude oil subsequently slumped by around USD 10 to USD 65. However, the downward trend was already broken on July 20, and the price has since climbed back up to USD 72. Today we highlight three companies that produce oil.

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