Oil product market sentiment in Asia has been volatile due to the larger-than-expected Q4 exports from China. The uncertainty saw the region's best-performing product crack for the year -- ULSD -- falling by a record 30% in just two trading sessions in the first half of September. As trading sentiment slowly recovers, the Asian oil market has to adjust to the expected increase in oil products from China over the next few months amid gloomy macroeconomic scenario.
In a discussion, S&P Global Commodity Insights' experts Jonathan Nonis, Oceana Zhou, Su Yeen Cheong, and Zhuwei Wang talk about the impact of China's Q4 oil products export this late in the year and what it means going forward.
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