Goldman Sachs: the oil Barrel will already cost $150 in this summerAnalysts from the American investment bank Goldman Sachs and Co. Predict a rise in prices for oil to 150 dollars/ barr. This summer. According to analysts, an occasion to growth to record values will be deficiency of deliveries of oil which compensates reduction in demand for energy carriers, transfers Reuters.
“ In our opinion, probability of growth of cost of oil to 150 dollars/ barr. Has considerably increased. This mark can be reached in the summer “ - analysts from Goldman Sachs consider.
we Will remind, today, on June, 9th, the auctions by oil futures Middle East Crude Oil on Tîêèéñêîé to commodity exchange (ÒOCOM) which usually proceed till 11:30 Moscow time, have been stopped ahead of schedule from - for sharp rise in prices under transactions. With the beginning of the auctions growth of oil quotations on TOCOM has made 3,3 % that has exceeded the limits of growth established for session.
the Today`s sharp rise in prices for oil in Tokyo became a consequence of new record rise in prices for oil futures at stock exchanges in New York and London last trading day of the past week. So, on June, 7th the prices for oil in New York and London for the first time in history the oil market have raised for a day more than on 10 dollars/ barr. (Almost on 8 %), and the prices under transactions have exceeded for the first time a mark 139 dollars/ barr.
New record rise in prices for oil became a consequence of investment purchases of the oil futures caused by cheap dollar, and also the become stronger fears concerning infringement of deliveries of oil from region of Persian gulf caused by a rash statement of the minister of transport of Israel about possibility of drawing of rocket attacks on the nuclear centres in Iran if Teheran does not curtail the nuclear workings out.
the statement of analysts from Morgan Stanley about possibility of a rise in price of oil to 150 dollars/ barr became an additional occasion to a rise in prices. Already in the beginning of July in connection with great demand for energy carriers in Asia and reduction of volumes of deliveries.