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Hedging Q1 2016: what oil prices did companies lock in?

Hedging Q1 2016: what oil prices did companies lock in?

Report summary

Implied prices on new oil hedges suggests nearly all trades occurred after mid-February, when futures prices began to recover. The increased activity (relative to Q4 when prices were higher but falling) suggests price trajectory is influencing producers’ hedging decisions as much, or more, than absolute price levels. 

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