short oil

short oil

[′shȯrt ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Varnish containing a small percentage of oil.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In the next example we will review a short oil created using the new platform.
If Russia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the UAE supply one million extra barrels a day of crude oil to a market that faces no real shortages, the optimal strategy is to remain short oil with an $60 Brent crude target.
USCF Launches The United States 3X Oil Fund and The United States 3X Short Oil Fund
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The FTSE 100 Index was down 21.7 points to 5950.2 after a short oil price rally earlier in the week gave way to a 3.5% fall to 33.09 US dollars a barrel.
A SHORT oil price rally was brought to an abrupt halt after large producing nations failed once more to agree on output cuts, instead freezing production at record levels.
A SHORT oil price rally was brought to an abrupt halt yesterday after large producing nations failed once more to agree on output cuts, instead freezing production at record levels.
We could have put all our clients' money into a triple-leveraged short oil exchange-traded fund and looked like geniuses but that would have made a mockery of risk management.
Japan seeks more oil as it has cut short oil imports from Iran and shut down most of the nuclear power plants after Fukushima disaster.
In the midst of all these difficulties and state divestment, there was one positive consequence: The government managed to accumulate billions of dollars in foreign currency reserves and save them for future generations, thanks to its short oil boom that lasted for most of the decade of the 1990s.