Oct 10 (Reuters) - Blackrock's Richard Turnill :
* "see a brighter oil price outlook helping risk assets and hurting many perceived "safe-haven" investments"
* Federal Reserve meeting minutes could clarify the Fed's thinking on rate increases
* see less risk of renewed oil price plunge, potential for gradual rise toward long-term equilibrium levels around $60 per barrel
* higher oil prices would reinforce current market trend based on reflation such as rising long-term bond yields
* effort to rebalance oil market is important because it should help support energy companies, risk appetite and reflation trades
* within energy equities, we favor quality and low-cost producers; we prefer inflation-linked bonds to treasuries
* higher oil prices would also reinforce trend of shifting out of perceived safer assets and into cyclical assets