Architectural index, Corporate leverage, Saudi oil pricing

by WARREN MOSLER

Muddling through at depressed levels:

Saudis set price. If they decide to hike as below, it will happen:

OPEC’s new price hawk Saudi Arabia seeks oil as high as $100

Apr 18 (Reuters) — Top oil exporter Saudi Arabia would be happy to see crude rise to $80 or even $100 a barrel. OPEC, Russia and several other producers began to reduce supply in January 2017 in an attempt to erase a glut. They have extended the pact until December 2018 and meet in June to review policy. OPEC is closing in on the original target of the pact – reducing industrialized nations’ oil inventories to their five-year average. Two industry sources said a desired crude price of $80 or even $100 was circulated by senior Saudi officials in closed-door briefings in recent weeks.

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