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Archinomics weekly update: Monday 4 May 2020

21 days ago

In this week's podcast...

In the week when Shell took the historic decision to cut their dividend, we discuss developments in the oil market and prospects for improvement in the  supply/demand balance. We then look forward to US unemployment data at the end of the week and indications for GDP growth.

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Architas Multi-Manager · Archinomics Weekly Update - Monday 04-05-2020 This is for investment professionals only

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