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World Bank slashes outlook for oil, metals as coronavirus crushes demand

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The World Bank slashed its outlook for oil and metals prices on Thursday due to the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and said the commodity market shock could hit developing countries hardest.

Crude oil prices are expected to …

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Crude Oil Expected to Lead a 25% Increase in Energy Prices Next Year

The World Bank ups its forecast for crude oil prices ahead of OPEC’s November meeting

The World Bank increased its forecast for crude oil prices next year to $55 per barrel from $53 as members of OPEC prepare to establish …

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Persistently Low Commodity Prices will Hold Back Exporting Countries’ Growth: World Bank

Persistently Low Commodity Prices will Hold Back Exporting Countries’ Growth: World Bank

Bank Downgrades Global Growth for 2016 – Commodity Exporters are Expected to Grow 5.4% Less than Importers

 World Bank Imports and Exporter GDP Growth

The World Bank released its economic growth outlook for 2016 Tuesday, reducing its expectations from earlier this year. The bank anticipates global economic …

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World Bank Ranks State of Health of World’s Economies 

The World Bank Group published one of its flagship annual reports this week: “Doing Business 2016: Measuring Regulatory Quality and Efficiency.” The report ranks and compares business regulation in …

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World Bank Raises its 2016 Oil Price Forecast to $41

Sees Global Glut Shrinking in 2016

Looking toward a receding global oil oversupply, the World Bank has raised its 2016 price target for oil to $41, up from $37.

TANK CARS OIL BY RAIL_0025_Layer 28In its latest Commodity Markets Outlook report, the organization cites the …

Nigeria Seeks $3.5 Billion in International Loans to Fill Holes from Drop in Oil Revenue

Nigeria Seeks $3.5 Billion in International Loans to Fill Holes from Drop in Oil Revenue

OPEC member Nigeria looking to fund power, transport and road infrastructure projects with cheap money

Nigeria, an OPEC member and Africa’s largest economy, is looking to international institutions in order to fund its record-setting 2016 budget. With approximately 35% of …