Anyone who thought it couldn't get any crazier on the oil market was disappointed: For the first time in history, the price of oil on a futures exchange has turned negative. There was a technical peculiarity behind it. But it is also clear that the “historic” deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia has no effect. Gerold Hosp will tell us about the background.
Gerald Hosp, NZZ
Gerald Hosp was born in Bludenz (Austria) in 1973. He studied economics in Freiburg (Switzerland) and completed a study visit at the University of California in Berkeley. In addition to his doctoral studies, he worked as an assistant at the Department of Finance. In 2004, he completed a dissertation on "Media Economics" at the University of Fribourg. In 2005 he joined the economics editorial staff of the Neue Zürcher Zeitung. From mid-2007 he was the economic correspondent of the Neue Zürcher Zeitung and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung for Russia, Central Asia and the South Caucasus in Moscow. After a stopover at the editorial office in Zurich, he moved to London as business correspondent for the United Kingdom. Since the beginning of 2018 he has been working again in the business editorial department in Zurich.
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