OIL PRICES WILL RISE
Oil prices should stabilise in the second half of this year and rise in 2016 and 2017 as consumers respond to a period of much cheaper fuel, a Reuters poll of analysts showed on Monday.
The survey of 34 analysts predicted North Sea Brent crude LCOc1 would average $59.20 a barrel in 2015, up from around $55 so far this year. The forecast is up just 20 cents from the projection in last month's Reuters survey.
Brent is expected to rise to $72.10 in 2016 and $78.70 in 2017, the poll showed.
Oil prices fell more than 60 percent between June 2014 and…
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