Goldman Sachs Predicts Oil Could Hit $100 in the Next Two Years
2021-12-20 08:30:13 来源：Daguan Keweiwei
According to foreign media, Goldman Sachs predicts a new high in oil demand in 2022 and again in 2023 that oil at $100 per barrel was a possibility.
Both international benchmark Brent crude and U.S. crude prices have spiked above $80 in recent months as post-pandemic demand outstrips supply. Surging natural gas prices have also caused crises around the world, most notably in Europe.
The omicron variant has dampened sentiment, however, pushing prices back to just above $70 in recent weeks.
Meanwhile, anlysist from Goldman Sachs expects restrictions that were hurting air travel to ease.
The other possibility is if the supply of oil can’t meet the demand as global economies reopen from the pandemic.
About Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs, a leading international investment bank, was founded in 1869. It is one of the oldest and largest investment banks in the world, headquartered in New York, USA.
On the ranking of “The First Daguan · Keweiwei World Brand Value Top 900" released on March 14, 2021,Goldman's brand value was 692.774 billion RMB, ranking the 21st.