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The oil market is oversupplied now but there are expectations that there will be balance between demand and supply in the market," Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on state TV.
Abu Dhabi's residential market is likely to be oversupplied over the next two years due to fresh supply in the market.
But currently it adds up to $4 to $5 on the spot market, oversupplied by United States production.
The city's retail and office markets are also oversupplied, the report said.
We believe the market is oversupplied," Gholam Hossein Nozari, Iran's oil minister, said on the eve of Tuesday's review.
I think this new capacity can be handled by the market, which by that time may not be so oversupplied.
Palladium is strongly oversupplied, and usage of palladium will remain strong in the coming years,
will issue new bonds spurred worries that the market will be oversupplied, traders said.
The strength of HCP's operations and balance sheet are tempered by the inherent risks associated with the health care industry, particularly the skilled nursing sector, which is recovering from changes in Federal and State reimbursement policies, and the assisted living sector, which is facing slower lease-ups in many oversupplied markets.
Codelco s increase worsens the oversupplied situation of the molybdenum market.
Summary: Oil was up in Asian trade on Monday as a completed US pipeline expansion project reduced oversupplied US inventory stocks, giving oil futures a positive nudge, analysts said.
SINGAPORE -- Oil was up in Asian trade on Monday as a completed US pipeline expansion project reduced oversupplied US inventory stocks, giving oil futures a positive nudge, analysts said.