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Jonathan Leff

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Mar 07 2016

Oil rout over, OPEC aims for $50 anchor, says PIRA's Ross

Major OPEC producers are privately starting to talk about a new oil price equilibrium of $50 a barrel, adding to signs that the market's long, deep rout is officially over, says one of the industry's leading prognosticators.

Jan 22 2016

Forget the glut, oil enters irrational territory

World oil markets quietly breached an important barrier as they crashed nearly 30 percent to below $30 a barrel in the opening weeks of 2016, crossing the fuzzy line separating a rational response to fundamentals from an irrational fear where the only way forward is down, down, down.

Jan 17 2016

Nach Ende der Iran-Sanktionen Annäherung im Eiltempo

Wien/Berlin Nach der Aufhebung der Iran-Sanktionen treiben die Führung des jahrelang isolierten Ölstaats und der Westen eine Normalisierung ihrer Wirtschaftsbeziehungen im Eiltempo voran.

Jan 14 2016

Exclusive: China buys first U.S. crude cargo since end of export ban - source

China’s state-run oil refiner Sinopec Corp has purchased its first ever batch of U.S. crude oil for export, a source told Reuters on Thursday, a landmark transaction after the ending of a four-decade ban on domestic exports.

Oct 14 2015

A $70 oil floor? Fat chance, but OPEC price plan may be first step

HOUSTON/NEW YORK The safe money for oil traders is betting that Venezuela's plan to resurrect OPEC's old price band mechanism, attempting to set a $70 floor for the battered market, will be doomed from the start.

Oct 14 2015

RPT-ANALYSIS- A $70 oil floor? Fat chance, but OPEC price plan may be first step

HOUSTON/NEW YORK, Oct 13 The safe money for oil traders is betting that Venezuela's plan to resurrect OPEC's old price band mechanism, attempting to set a $70 floor for the battered market, will be doomed from the start.

Oct 14 2015

A $70 oil floor? Fat chance, but OPEC price plan may be first step

HOUSTON/NEW YORK The safe money for oil traders is betting that Venezuela's plan to resurrect OPEC's old price band mechanism, attempting to set a $70 floor for the battered market, will be doomed from the start.

Oct 14 2015

Analysis - A $70 oil floor? Fat chance, but OPEC price plan may be first step

HOUSTON/NEW YORK The safe money for oil traders is betting that Venezuela's plan to resurrect OPEC's old price band mechanism, attempting to set a $70 floor for the battered market, will be doomed from the start.

Oct 14 2015

ANALYSIS- A $70 oil floor? Fat chance, but OPEC price plan may be first step

HOUSTON/NEW YORK, Oct 14 The safe money for oil traders is betting that Venezuela's plan to resurrect OPEC's old price band mechanism, attempting to set a $70 floor for the battered market, will be doomed from the start.

Oct 01 2015

Commodity company distress may be turning point for markets

NEW YORK Commodity traders have a message for big raw material producers: modest cutbacks in production are not enough; they want to see blood.

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