Home / Tag Archives: lower oil prices

Tag Archives: lower oil prices

Feed Subscription

Low oil to hit capital flows into GCC real estate

It said reported that the rebalancing of the fiscal position across the Gulf region due to the lower oil prices will result in headwinds and challenges for the real estate over the next 12 months. The lower oil prices are ...

Read More »

Lower oil, gas prices hit some Kansas county budgets hard

Lower energy prices benefiting consumers at gasoline pumps have hit oil- and natural gas-producing counties in western Kansas hard, forcing them to cut spending or increase property tax levies just as the state is ending an aid program meant to ...

Read More »

Lower oil prices could destabilize financial system

The collapse in oil prices has forced drillers to turn to debt markets to keep their operations going. According to the Wall Street Journal, there has been USD 86.8 billion in new debt issued so far in 2015, a 10% ...

Read More »

Lower Oil Prices Could Swing ConocoPhillips To A Loss In The First Quarter

ConocoPhillips is scheduled to announce its 2015 first quarter earnings on April 30th. We expect lower crude oil prices to weigh significantly on the company’s financial results. Benchmark crude oil prices have fallen sharply since June of last year on rising ...

Read More »

How should we respond to lower oil prices?

Sharp surges in oil prices have preceded nearly all global recessions since World War II, and the expectation is that plunging oil prices will have the reverse effect — that is, act like a giant fiscal stimulus that boosts the ...

Read More »

Oil prices edge lower as Iran talks extend beyond deadline

Oil futures edged lower on Wednesday amid speculation that a last-minute deal over Iran’s nuclear program would be reached that could allow more Iranian crude into world markets. Talks between Iran and six world powers to settle a dispute around Tehran’s nuclear ...

Read More »

TD says: Lower oil prices dampen Canadian growth outlook

TD Bank has downgraded its outlook for the Canadian economy, predicting low oil prices will present a challenge for the rest of the year. First quarter growth will be particularly anemic, coming in an annual rate of 0.5 per cent, ...

Read More »

Lower oil prices create challenges, opportunities for government

When President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo was sworn in as Indonesia’s seventh president on Oct. 20, 2014, Brent crude oil traded at US$85 per barrel and experts worldwide asked “how low can it go?” Five months later, prices stand around $55, ...

Read More »

Lower oil prices could drive more tourism business to San Antonio

San Antonio could benefit from falling oil prices. At least one economist expects that such a decline will provide a lift to the Alamo City’s tourism industry, which is highly dependent on drive-market business. “Low oil prices could be a ...

Read More »

Oil Slump Brings Pain for U.S. Steel, Gain for Cliffs Natural Resources

In an extensive note on the impact of lower oil prices on global financial markets, Credit Suisseanalyst Nathan Littlewood observes that the pain in energy could be good news–if short lived–for Cliffs Natural Resources (CLF) but bad news for U.S. Steel (X): Energy’-related demand represents ~13% of ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top