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|... 2.3 mb/d to 2.1 mb/d to take account of lower output from participants in the OPEC+ deal and a weaker growth outlook for Brazil, Ghana and the United States. Even so, with our demand outlook unchanged, there could still be a surplus of 0.7 mb/d in the ...|
|... write-off the possibility of a re-escalation in the tariff wars given Trump's recent targeting of Europe, Argentina and Brazil, and, of course, phase one might not be signed after all. There's also the impeachment proceedings against POTUS, the ...|
|... than recently, is Trump's recent declaration restoring tariffs on US steel and aluminium imports from Argentina and Brazil, considering imposing 100% tariffs on French products; and, suggesting that the US-China deal could wait until after the 2020 ...|
|... a seven month high reading of 50.3 in November after five months of contraction. ...and then came Trump's tweet: "Brazil and Argentina have been presiding over a massive devaluation of their currencies. which is not good for our farmers. Therefore ...|
|... prices dropping by more than 20% to US$96.56 a month later. Reduced supply - due mainly to the mining dam disaster in Brazil - and increased demand - due to higher Chinese steel production - sent iron ore prices soaring in the first half of this year. ...|
|... involved, the International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts increased supply in 2020 "when non-OPEC supply growth, led by the US, Brazil and Norway, accelerates from 1.8 mb/d to 2.2 mb/d, reducing the call on OPEC to 29 mb/d". At the same time, the IEA ...|
|... Capital. The firm - run by former managers of Harvard's endowment funds - invests in assets in diverse locations, including Brazil, Chile, Iberia and Panama. Folium Capital managing partner Albaro Aguirre said the firm expected to see attractive returns ...|
|... before iron ore prices hit a two-year high of US$92.19/tonne in February this year and after the Vale mine disaster in Brazil in late January 2019. "The surge led Capital Economics to bet the price could spike as high $US100 a tonne in the weeks ahead ...|
|... having quotas for state-owned businesses." "As of Oct. 16, 2018, mandatory quotas were under consideration in Canada, Brazil, South Africa and the EU. The data shows that mandates with teeth have been effective."|
|... and the wider economy. The final factor is the consideration of whether emerging markets are in contagion. He believes Brazil's story will prove this to be a myth - especially as new President Jair Bolsonaro begins in January and will deliver reforms ...|
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