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Oil and airline industries' link

Betting on oil and airline stocks at the same time? Repsol, IAG good choices

Sonia Ruiz de Garibay (GVCGaesco) | Although a simultaneous investment recommendation for oil and airline stocks might seem a contradiction in terms, the fact they are both heavily influenced by oil prices gives them a very important element in common. Oil is an earning driver for the oil industry, while for the airlines sector it is an important costs’  element, accounting for over 20% of the total. Repsol and IAG are currently good bets.




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Sinopec Files 5.5 Bn Dollars Arbitration Notice Against Repsol

Repsol has doubled its recurrent synergies from 220 million dollars annually to 400, thanks to its purchase of Canadian oil firm Talisman. But the transaction has also resulted in a 5.5 billion dollars arbitration notice being served against it by the Chinese company Sinopec.



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Repsol Decides To Complain

Carlos Díaz Güell |  Without doubt he has been thinking about it for many years, but the chairman of Repsol has waited patiently to show himself in the best light and make friends a few days ahead of today’s OPEC meeting taking place in Vienna, against a backdrop of highly volatile oil prices.


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Repsol: Undesirable Consequences

The drop in oil prices and the belief – rarely justified by experience – that things will never be what they were, have begun to set off alarm bells in some of the major sporting activities. These have provided an amazing bounty of triumphs thanks to Repsol’s generous patronage.


Refining

European Refining Industry Sees Decent Outlook For Margins in 2016

UBS | Several oil companies shared their views on refining margins over the 3Q reporting season and CMDs over the past month and we find these often contrast with investors’ views as companies were generally reasonably positive about the outlook for margins for the next few months. Several companies (BP, Neste) highlighted that the global refining supply/demand outlook is fairly balanced for 2016.


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Repsol: Rebuilding confidence to take time

BARCLAYS | Repsol’s 2016-2020 strategy presentation set out the resilience of its integrated business model with a shift to a focus on value from the previous growth focused strategy. The company expects to be free cashflow breakeven after dividends at $50/bl Brent over the 2016-2020 period with the breakeven likely to be $60/bl in 2016/17 before falling to $45/bl in 2018- 2020.