Amidst the wave of populism sweeping through the world, the triggering of Article 50 in May, the fear in the Eurozone of the cessation of Quantitative Easing, and the prospects of trade war between China, financial markets are in a cautious state. But alongside this uncertainty, there has been some good news for markets as well, such as the expected reduction of the oil supply glut. The OPEC agreement signed in Vienna a month ago and the later meeting with non-OPEC producers caused oil prices to touch a post-2014 high. With a promise of reducing 1.8 million barrels of oil supply, Saudi Arabia and Russia among other oil producers are now in the limelight as the world sees how true to the agreement each country will remain. But on the flip side: What about those who were never part of the agreement, or were absolved from it? One such […]