Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Oil prices have been exceptionally stable through most of 2019 establishing itself comfortably at about $60/bbl (Brent) with little deviation except briefly in the aftermath of the attack on the Saudi oil facilities this summer.
However oil prices are about to experience a hard landing as a result of a gusher of oil from several new sources coming on-line against the back-drop of slowing global economic growth as articulated in the following published article:
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
As the intensely incessant turmoil has accelerated its rapid descent into recessionary territory Hong Kong will remain a vital financial hub for all businesses, particularly those from mainland China whatever, the final outcome of the protests. For this reason because of its limited land commercial and residential property values will eventually become more reasonably priced which will offer buying opportunities that will be more competitive than other important financial centers elsewhere in Asia.
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