Helena Lyng Blak
11 weeks ago

Another green week for natural gas, says analyst

Financial analyst emphasizes the positive momentum in natural gas and crude oil markets.
Graphic picture that shows a gas stove on the left and depiction of rising stocks on the right. Both in hues of blue.

Financial analyst Andreas Steno provides a succinct overview of the current market trends, emphasizing the positive momentum in natural gas and crude oil markets.

"Another green week for natural gas," financial analyst Andreas Steno states, highlighting the advantageous position of natural gas amidst market dynamics. 

Turning to crude oil, Steno shares a bullish perspective: "Bullish demand/supply outlook for crude. Seasonality will now be working in favor of crude."

He further elaborates on geopolitical influences, "Israel Hamas-Ceasefire a little less impactful for crude now," suggesting that the ceasefire's effect on crude prices has waned.

Discussing the strategic moves by OPEC, the expert explains that, "The OPEC+ members have allegedly agreed on extending their production cuts throughout Q2," a decision he believes sets a compelling narrative for the supply/demand balance in the coming months. "We are likely staring directly into a pretty decent supply/demand imbalance in Q2," he predicts, citing the continued production cuts by OPEC.

Addressing the U.S. market and demand indicators, the analyst observes, "No weak US gasoline demand in sight just yet.”

Conclusively, Steno remains optimistic about the energy sector's prospects, especially for crude oil, amid favorable demand-supply dynamics and strategic production cuts by OPEC.


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