Markets in Conflict podcast series

Markets in Conflict podcast series

Our unique Markets in Conflict podcast series connects you with valuable insight from industry-leading market experts on the broader impact and deeper implications of conflict and volatility in global markets.

Over the course of this series key market-moving issues will be discussed and assessed, such as the GDP threat and implications for the world economy; a focus on China, the energy dilemma facing Europe, energy transition, the global energy policy agenda – and more.

Each episode draws insight from our leading commodity, net zero, macro-economic and policy market experts.

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Latest Markets in Conflict episodes

20 6月 2022

Markets in Conflict: Implications for China

What impact will the Russia-Ukraine conflict have on China in economic and political terms and how will the relationship with the west and Russia evolve.


Asia-Pacific 原油 FSU Europe Global English North America

26 5月 2022

Markets in Conflict: Implications for the World Economy

The Russia-Ukraine conflict is causing wide ranging impact across commodity markets, with short and longer-term implications for the world economy.


Agriculture バイオエネルギー 石炭 原油 排出権 化学肥料 LPG/NGL 金属 天然ガス/LNG 石油製品 石油化学 フレート/輸送 Global Asia-Pacific Europe Latin America and Caribbean Middle East North America English
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