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John Kemp

Column: U.S. oil refineries slow as gasoline demand softens - Kemp

5:47pm IST

LONDON By restricting crude processing and focusing on making gasoline, U.S. petroleum refiners have made progress in reducing excess stocks of middle distillates such as diesel and heating oil.

Column: China’s rise and U.S. fears about decline - Kemp

21 Oct 2020

LONDON In his landmark study of the history of economic growth, Joel Mokyr observed "the best predictor of the living standard that a newborn baby can expect to enjoy is the accident of where he or she is born". ("The Lever of Riches", 1990).

Column: Hedge funds see OPEC+ offsetting recession risk - Kemp

19 Oct 2020

LONDON Hedge funds are reducing their risk exposure to crude oil and refined products against a backdrop of increasing uncertainty over a resurgence in the coronavirus and potential double-dip recession.

Column: Shrinking U.S. oil stocks point to market rebalancing - Kemp

08 Oct 2020

(John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own)

RPT-COLUMN-Hedge funds resume oil sales: Kemp

06 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 5 Hedge funds and other money managers resumed selling oil last week as concerns about the health of the global economy re-emerged and the previous week's short-covering rally lost momentum.

COLUMN-Hedge funds resume oil sales: Kemp

05 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 5 Hedge funds and other money managers resumed selling oil last week as concerns about the health of the global economy re-emerged and the previous week's short-covering rally lost momentum.

RPT-COLUMN-U.S. refiners on course to digest excess diesel by March: Kemp

05 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 2 If they can maintain recent progress, U.S. oil refiners should be able to bring stocks of diesel and other middle distillates close to normal levels in the first quarter of 2021.

U.S. refiners on course to digest excess diesel by March: Kemp

02 Oct 2020

(John Kemp is a Reuters market analyst. The views expressed are his own)

Column: Will coronavirus trigger a megacity exodus?

01 Oct 2020

LONDON The coronavirus epidemic and its aftermath have prompted a rush of news stories about residents fleeing large cities to start a new, healthier and less crowded life in smaller cities, towns and rural areas.

COLUMN-Will coronavirus trigger a megacity exodus? Kemp

01 Oct 2020

LONDON, Oct 1 The coronavirus epidemic and its aftermath have prompted a rush of news stories about residents fleeing large cities to start a new, healthier and less crowded life in smaller cities, towns and rural areas.

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