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Alexander Razuvaev

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Alexander Razuvaev

Director of Alpari's Analytical Department

In the top 10 most influential Russian financial analysts throughout 2012-2014. 7th place in a Russian media rating of financial analysts for quarter 1 of 2015.

Before coming to Alpari, Alexander worked at: the banking and finance research center which forms part of Economic Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences; UNICON/MS Consulting Group; management company NIKoil; investment company Rye, Man & Gor Securities; and he has headed the analytical departments of Megatrustoil, Gallion Capital and Sobinbank.

Received top marks from the Ordzhonikidze State Academy of Management. In 1999 Alexander received his doctorate from the Economic Institute of the Russian Science Academy on the topic of “Investment in shares from commercial banks and transition period economic conditions.”

Alexander is one of the most established financial experts in Russia and has time and again been included in the country’s top 10 most influential analysts since he is widely quoted throughout Russian and international media. He is a columnist and a blogger, whilst also having authored several articles in prominent publications such as Vzglyad, the Financial Newspaper, Finam.ru, Odnako and Forbes Kazakhstan.

Alexander mostly writes about:

  • Currency Market
  • Economic Ties (EAEU, EU, USA, China)
  • Banking Industry
  • Stock Market
  • Macroeconomics
  • Energy Market

Alexander Razuvaev is a prize-winning laureate of the 2015 X International PRESSZVANIE, in the Word and Deed nomination.

Hobbies: geopolitics, Asian history, the fine wine industry.

Analysts Publications

11 January 2016

Commodities

Alexander Razuvaev

World’s Largest Oil Company from Saudi Arabia to go Public

Information about the privatisation via an IPO of state Saudi oil company Saudi Aramco has appeared in global journalistic publications. Aramco currently controls over 10% of the world’s oil. The main thing which is worrying the market is as to whether the sale of Saudi Aramco shares will change the price set up on oil via a refusal to reduce extraction.

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02 October 2015

Commodities

Alexander Razuvaev

Iranian Involvement in Ground Operations in Middle East Won’t Affect Oil Prices

According to Reuters, joint operations conducted by Iran and Syria will be undertaken in coordination with aerial assaults from Russia against terrorist groups. According to the agency’s sources, Iran’s joining of the coalition has already seen troops on the ground in Syria in preparation to combat IS forces.

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11 September 2015

Commodities

Alexander Razuvaev

Goldman Sachs: Oil Could Fall to $20 per Barrel

Goldman Sachs has dropped its forecast for the prices of Brent and WTI oil benchmarks for 2015-2016, noting that the persistent excess of supply on the market could lead to a fall in prices all the way to $20. The forecast seems very brave and controversial.

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28 July 2015

Securities

Alexander Razuvaev

No New Projects for World’s Largest Oil and Gas Groups

According to information from business publications, the world’s largest oil and gas groups have decided not to pursue any new projects to preserve dividend payouts.

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21 July 2015

Commodities

Alexander Razuvaev

Gary Ross: 5 Years from Now, Oil Will Cost $100

The founder of the PIRA Energy Group, Gary Ross, who predicted last year’s sharp fall in oil prices, believes that the price of oil will return to 100 dollars a barrel by 2020.

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