Oil prices are rallying

Author: Steve Bonnyman

February 5, 2018

Oil prices have moved substantially higher in recent months, driven by global demand and a weaker U.S. dollar. The price rally, however, hasn’t extended to the underlying equities. Steve Bonnyman explains reasons for the divergence and why energy companies are well positioned to break out in 2018.


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Written by

Steve Bonnyman, MBA, CFA

Co-Head of North American Research and Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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