Adam Czyzewski

Can oil prices be predicted?

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the future cannot be accurately predicted, and the same applies to oil prices. In the latter case, however, it is possible to consider alternative scenarios pertaining to certain fundamental factors which, while rather inert in a short-time horizon, can be shaped in the long term. These scenarios may… » read more

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A Saudi Arabian vessel carrying crude oil has recently put into port in Gdańsk. The event would have likely gone unnoticed had it not been for Rosneft CEO’s comment that it marked another stage in Saudi Arabia’s battle for a share in the market. Why has a small delivery sparked such a heated debate? Saudi… » read more

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China has spooked investors. What has been happening on financial markets for over a month, since the speculative bubble burst in Shanghai, is reminiscent of the onset of the great recession in 2008-2009, especially when coupled with the decline in crude oil prices, which is widely perceived as a harbinger of recession. The standard explanation… » read more

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Few economic phenomena attract as much attention in Poland as fuel prices. This is not surprising, considering that an average household owns at least one passenger car, and the share of fuels in total consumer spending has long surpassed 5%, which is more or less the same we spend on healthcare, appliances and running our… » read more

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