Maleeha Bengali is CEO of MB Commodities Capital, based in London.
The second quarter will be interesting, but China's equity market does not look as tempting now as it did back in January before China injected a ton of liquidity into its system.
This was an opportunistic, fair deal and will boost other shale operators.
Those investors who called the market bottom back in January will be well served to be in cash.
The Kingdom must balance between pleasing their key ally, the U.S. -- and the president's prolific tweets -- and their own domestic needs.
It seems the bond market has taken a very pessimistic stance on any recovery happening.
They are more seasoned than traders of any other asset class.
The equity market is massively overpriced, and there are some serious recession risks looming with a Fed that is backed into a corner.
When fundamentals and economics do not align with liquidity, take a breather and wait on the sidelines rather than be caught long and wrong.
It appears it may not, as supplies of heavy oil are becoming short even as there is an excess of light sweet oil.
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