Energy markets could remain unsettled in 2023: Experts

Asia was singled out to be a key driver of growth in 2023 based on the gradual opening up of China. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE – Energy markets are expected to remain unsettled in the months ahead amid high inflation, a global economic slowdown and the Russia-Ukraine war, industry sources said.

Even China’s recent pivot from its zero-Covid policy has failed to generate much exuberance, with traders and analysts telling The Straits Times that they fear the implications of the surge in case numbers there.

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