It was almost a year ago, when having tumbled in early 2015, oil proceeded to rebound strongly into the summer, where it traded at about $60 for three months, before US production resumed resulting in the next big leg lower which culminated with this’s February drop to 13 year lows. At that point a comparable rebound to last year materialized, and just like last year, the pundits have emerged claiming that there will be no further downside.

Incidentally, we covered this comparison previously in “For Oil 2016 Is Setting Up To Be A Rerun Of Last Year.” However, unlike last year, not everyone is (wrongly) convinced that this time the rebound in oil will be sustainable. One very prominent company that is already preparing for the next oil crash is the world’s largest shipping company, Danish conglomerate A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S (also known as Maersk). READ MORE