What Makes Oil Prices Move

15 March, 2019

20 March 11:00 AM GMT

Crude Oil plays a pivotal role at the centre of the commodity markets and is one of the most heavily traded assets. But what drives the price other than simple supply and demand? Join Nektarios today as he explains the complex geo-political story surrounding this key commodity and discusses:

  • Supply, demand and OPEC
  • Similarities & differences between USOil & UKOil
  • The impact of fracking

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