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Despite the economic threat posed by Omron, oil producers’ uncertainty over the latest CV-19 continues to dominate as they gather to decide whether to continue their production.
Wall Street took another turn yesterday in the most volatile period since March after the first Omicron variant was reported in California, USA.
Wall Street Measurement S&P 500 The index rose 1.9% earlier in the day and fell 1.2 percent on Wednesday Dow Jones Industrial Average 1.3% lost in another roller coaster session.
This knocked out some Asian-Pacific markets with Japan Nike Another 182 points or 0.65% dropped to 27,753.
The US Federal Reserve is set to slip into a tight European market on Wednesday, fearing it could end up in a boost. It also worries investors.
Markets are in the throes of a new era due to the variability, transmission and uncertainty of vaccine effectiveness.
According to Deutsche Bank correspondent Jim Reed
“We are still waiting for some realistic statistic game, but good news from the World Health Organization (WHO).” “On the other hand, there are more negative news from South Africa, with 8,561 people infected with the virus in the past day, a positive rate of 16.5%.”
That was 4,373 cases the day before, and 2,273 the day before, so all eyes are on this trend as well as what it means to be hospitalized and die in the coming days.
Leading oil producers OPEC + Group will assess the impact of Omron on energy demand, agreeing on how much oil will be extracted in January when they meet later today.
Saudi Arabia, led by OPEC, joins OPEC partners such as Russia. They have to decide whether to stay or move backwards according to their plan to gradually increase oil production to 400,000 barrels per day.
Peter McNenleyGlobal Leader in Industries, Metals and Energy The third bridge, He said today’s meeting will be one of OPEC’s most important since its inception.
Authorities have quickly shut down COVID distribution and fuel demand in those regions has stopped. International flights are still far from fully recovered, so the impact of limiting travel to African countries may be relatively small.
If OPEC + adds an additional 400,000 barrels a day to January 2022, it is a sign that these countries are expecting recovery to continue as planned. This year, however, Saudi Arabia has slowed its recovery from the Winter Covenant, reducing production by 1 million barrels a day. This week’s OPEC + ministerial meeting is gearing up to be one of the most important since the outbreak began.The main sign is how much extra oil is added to start the new year.
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