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  • Reuters

    Oil to remain volatile in 2024, says BofA

    Crude futures lost over 10% in 2023 in a tumultuous year of trading marked by geopolitical turmoil and concerns about the oil output levels of major producers around the world. "We expect oil to remain volatile, exacerbated by outsize paper market influence, informed by geopolitics and OPEC policy," BofA wrote in the note. According to BofA, the bigger challenge for investors this year is to not underestimate Saudi's commitment to oil while acknowledging that Brent could remain in a notional $70-$90 band due to non-OPEC output and an uncertain demand outlook.

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    BofA joins 'Fed done hiking rates' view; Barclays sees one more

    This bolstered views among investors that the Fed was probably done raising interest rates, and prompted bets that the central bank could start cutting rates in May. BofA had previously forecast a final 25 basis points (bps) hike in December. The drop in owners' equivalent rent inflation - a gauge of the real estate market - and the cooldown in core services excluding housing, should encourage the Fed to stay on hold, BofA said in a note dated Tuesday.

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    Investors shed stocks at fastest weekly rate in 2023

    LONDON (Reuters) -Investors sold stocks at the fastest weekly rate this year in the week to Wednesday, Bank of America Global Research said in a report on Friday. Equities recorded a weekly outflow of $16.9 billion, while investors bought $2.5 billion of bonds, which recorded a 26th straight week of inflows, BofA said, citing EPFR data. European equities logged their 28th straight week of outflows, with investors shedding $3.1 billion in this latest week.