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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on January 21st, 2022 | 09:25 CET

Shell, Saturn Oil + Gas, Plug Power - Energy stocks in focus

  • Oil

Oil prices remain in bullish mode, reaching a new seven-year high. The latest increase was due to an explosion of a critical oil pipeline between Iraq and Turkey, through which up to 450,000 barrels of crude oil are transported daily. In general, the supply situation remains tight. OPEC expects a further increase in global oil demand. The primary beneficiaries of this supply shortage are oil producers; they were already able to post record results last year.

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Commented by Mario Hose on January 12th, 2022 | 13:17 CET

Energy stocks after oil price rise: BP, Saturn Oil + Gas, Shell

  • Energy

The price of energy continues to be the focus of the public and investors in the new year. The price of WTI crude oil reached a new high for the year on Wednesday at almost USD 82.00 per barrel. Brent crude is currently trading at over USD 84.00 per barrel. Also, the price of Natural Gas of February 2022 contracts has increased today by 4.73% to 4.45 USD. The development in the commodity market also usually reflects in the balance sheets of producers.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 30th, 2021 | 11:53 CET

Royal Dutch, Saturn Oil + Gas, Bayer: The oil price and the pandemic in 2022

  • Oil

COVID-19 is a black swan for the economy, but does the pandemic favor lower or higher oil prices? Not an easy determination because, for one thing, the measures to contain the pandemic significantly lower economic activity. Production delays and supply chain failures occur, so oil demand should fall there. On the other hand, a shortage of inputs and constraints in logistics lead to higher delivery and waiting times, thus creating some hoarding pressure, which increases demand for the black gold. Due to the shortness of history, the actual connection is also little researched, i.e. how it really is could remain hidden from us for some time. Who benefits from the current cycle of price increases?

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 8th, 2021 | 11:48 CET

Royal Dutch, Saturn Oil + Gas, BP: The best oil stocks for 2022!

  • Oil

At the beginning of the Corona pandemic in 2020, the OPEC+ alliance had cut daily production by around 9.7 million barrels. This managed to support oil prices, which had fallen below USD 40 due to the slump in the global economy. In the meantime, the oil tap has been gradually turned back on to moderate the rise in oil prices. The production cut is currently being lifted by 400,000 barrels per month. The cartel is currently supplying about 27 million barrels to the market, which is significantly less than before the pandemic. The current 12% price collapse in November came as quite a surprise to OPEC. However, experts believe that in 2022 there will again be an increased demand for oil. We analyze the most interesting producers.

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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 Nico Popp on November 1st, 2021 | 10:29 CET

Shell, Sierra Grande Minerals, K+S: 4.1% inflation - here is how investors counteract it

  • Commodities

Inflation in the eurozone climbed to a new record in October - at 4.1%, one can confidently speak of inflation. At the same time, the European Central Bank (ECB) continues to adopt a wait-and-see approach. Although the markets are pricing in an interest rate hike in the eurozone, analysts and the ECB believe these expectations are premature. Given the stuttering economic recovery, it might make sense from the central bank's point of view to delay the exit from the ultra-loose monetary policy a little longer - with all the risks.

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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 Nico Popp on October 19th, 2021 | 10:46 CEST

Royal Dutch Shell, MAS Gold, Barrick Gold: Remedies for inflation and crisis

  • Gold

Inflation rates dwarf everything, and any buyer or tradesman has to think back a long time before he can draw a historical comparison with the current situation. However, many economists still appear relaxed: They say that the situation around fragile supply chains and scarce goods will ease next spring. Employment, which is still below pre-Corona levels today, is also expected to pick up speed then. But what if it doesn't?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 6th, 2021 | 12:56 CEST

BYD, Saturn Oil + Gas, Royal Dutch Shell - Explosion on the oil market

  • Oil

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC and its alliance partners led by Russia (OPEC+) have decided to increase production only gradually, despite tight supply. Demand is recovering strongly as the Delta variant of the coronavirus subsides. The result is skyrocketing oil prices, which are the highest they have been in seven years. In contrast, oil producer shares are still far from their highs.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on October 1st, 2021 | 11:33 CEST

Volkswagen, Royal Dutch Shell, Enapter, Nordex - Green investment opportunities

  • Hydrogen

The climate targets formulated are ambitious. According to the Paris Climate Agreement, Germany has committed itself to work with the international community to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. According to current research, this would only be possible if the Federal Republic became climate-neutral by 2035. Unfortunately, the reality is sobering. For example, in the first 3 quarters of 2021, the share of renewable energies in electricity consumption fell to just 43%. Policymakers must act and rely on the pioneering spirit of young companies.

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