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On the face of it, it could present a risk, but I don't think there is too much in the Qatar situation. Geopolitical risks haven't really been that influential in recent times and I don't think that will change too much.feedback
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Jun 05 2017 Qatar
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Daniel Hynes is associated, including July and Federal Reserve. Most recently, Daniel Hynes has been quoted saying: “The extension of OPEC cuts has provided a fairly solid support level for Brent around $50 a barrel, so anytime it dips below that, I think we'll see buying come back fairly quickly.” in the article Oil prices rise as four countries cut ties with Qatar. An other article where Daniel Hynes has been quoted is China clamps down on excess steel as Japan decries Trump 'protectionism'.
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Aug 30 2016

Clearly the Chinese market is a little bit weak at the moment, but it always tends to recover strongly in the fourth quarter.feedback

Aug 19 2016 - Qatar

Prices are only marginally above where they were when the group met in Doha in April and couldn't agree to a deal. It's clear OPEC saw the weakness in oil prices in July as unwarranted and this forced its hand. However, instead of having to cut output, verbally intervening has achieved the same impact.feedback

Jul 13 2016

There's been a definite risk-on tone which has been driving markets.feedback

Jun 27 2016 - Federal Reserve

In the next week or two, we think gold could push towards $1,400. A weak U.S. dollar and a dovish Federal Reserve would also support bullion.feedback

Jun 10 2016

In part we believe stronger oil prices will see inflation expectations start picking up over the coming months. At its current pace, it is highly likely that 2016 can become the biggest year for ETF inflows, surpassing 2009 levels.feedback

Apr 19 2016

It's more been their competitive advantage into Asian countries which has really driven that rise in exports. I think that will continue and will keep those export levels relatively high despite the pressures we're seeing now.feedback

Mar 22 2016

There's a little bit of fatigue in there as well with the strong rally we've seen in the past few weeks, so it feels like a bit of profit taking going on sparked by the Fed comments.feedback

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