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Clyde Russell

COLUMN-Physical crude market seems more relaxed than paper over Saudi tensions: Russell

2:00pm BST

* GRAPHIC: DME Oman futures vs. Dubai swaps: https://tmsnrt.rs/2J1D2EF

Physical crude market seems more relaxed than paper over Saudi tensions: Russell

5:26am BST

LAUNCESTON, Australia (The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a columnist for Reuters.)

COLUMN-Physical crude market seems more relaxed than paper over Saudi tensions: Russell

5:16am BST

* GRAPHIC: DME Oman futures vs. Dubai swaps: https://tmsnrt.rs/2J1D2EF

COLUMN-China's resilient commodity imports show trade war yet to factor: Russell

15 Oct 2018

* GRAPHIC: Trends in China's trade, economy: http://tmsnrt.rs/2iO9Q6a

China's resilient commodity imports show trade war yet to factor: Russell

15 Oct 2018

LAUNCESTON, Australia It's tempting to look at the relative resilience of China's imports of major commodities in September and conclude that the world's second-biggest economy is weathering the trade dispute with the United States quite well.

RPT-COLUMN-Indonesia wants to export more coal, buyers ignore the call: Russell

11 Oct 2018

* GRAPHIC: Indonesia coal exports vs price: https://tmsnrt.rs/2yvX8lH

Commentary: Indonesia wants to export more coal, buyers ignore the call

11 Oct 2018

LAUNCESTON, Australia Indonesia wants to export more coal in order to earn U.S. dollars to shore up its faltering currency, but the problem is buyers don't seem to be hearing the message.

RPT-COLUMN-War on coal is heating up, but China is still the key: Russell

09 Oct 2018

LAUNCESTON, Australia, Oct 9 Coal-fired power has to end by 2050 to save the planet. That seemingly simple but bold sentiment is likely to set much of the political, social and economic agenda for the coming decades, but in the end it will come down to what China does.

Commentary: War on coal is heating up, but China is still the key

09 Oct 2018

LAUNCESTON, Australia Coal-fired power has to end by 2050 to save the planet. That seemingly simple but bold sentiment is likely to set much of the political, social and economic agenda for the coming decades, but in the end it will come down to what China does.

China's credit loosening may not do much for commodity demand: Russell

08 Oct 2018

LAUNCESTON, Australia China's commodity imports may get a shot in the arm from Beijing's decision to ease credit conditions in the world's second-largest economy, but it may not be as big a boost as followed prior monetary loosening.

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