Blended returns

Published at 09:42 28 Sep 2018 by

Middle Eastern fuel oil premiums spiked over $15 per tonne earlier this month, reflecting fears that Iranian supplies are set to drop sharply. But with prompt Singapore fuel oil spreads moving up towards $6 per tonne, how much room is left for prices to climb from here? Cracks are already strong in …

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