A mild winter doesn’t change our price outlook

We have left our near-term forecasts for energy prices (which are historically high) unchanged after reflecting on the latest weather forecasts for the upcoming Northern Hemisphere winter. Temperatures are expected to be slightly higher than average over the next three months.
Edward Gardner Commodities Economist
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