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Oil is back down again on Tuesday, despite Saudi Arabia's recent production cut announcement. The problem is demand, say strategists.
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Investing.com -- Oil prices fell in Asian trade on Wednesday as weak Chinese trade data spurred more fears of slowing demand in the country, with prices having now reversed all gains made earlier this week on the back of supply cuts by the OPEC.
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U.S. crude stockpiles likely rose last week, while inventories of fuel surged, petroleum industry group API indicated in a report Tuesday that delivered a mixed outcome for oil bulls betting on higher oil demand with the advent of summer travel. In the prior week to May 26, the petroleum industry group reported a crude build of 5.202M barrels. Notwithstanding the overall crude draw, the API cited an inventory growth of 1.535M barrels specifically at the Cushing, Oklahoma hub that takes delivery of U.S. crude.
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New York-traded West Texas Intermediate, or WTI, crude settled at $71.74 a barrel after erasing all of the 41 cents, or 0.6%, gained on Monday. London-traded Brent crude settled at $76.29. Brent hit a session low of $74.73 on Tuesday.
Investing.com -- Saudi Arabia’s 1-million-barrels-per-day oil cut that will reduce its output by 20% in total in July won’t by itself bring a barrel to between $80 and $90, Citigroup’s analysts said in an energy note issued Tuesday.
Saudi efforts to shock-and-awe the oil market with a big surprise supply cut over the weekend look more like shock-and-yawn a couple of days later. Crude prices held largely steady despite another Saudi pledge to slash output, with Brent settling on Monday at $76.71 a barrel, up less than 1 per cent. It is the third cut from the Saudis since October as they try to propel a crude price rally in the second half of this year.
Oil prices fell Tuesday as concerns over the global economic outlook overshadowed the impact of Saudi Arabia’s surprise announcement of additional production cuts. Both benchmarks soared as much as 3% on Monday after Saudi Arabia, the world's top exporter, said at the weekend its output would drop by one million barrels per day in July in an attempt to boost crude prices. Saudi Arabia followed up Tuesday by increasing its export prices for all regions for July, selling its Arab Light crude for buyers in the crucial Asian region at a $3 a barrel premium, an increase of around 45 cents a barrel compared with June.
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Investing.com -- Oil prices crept lower in Asian trade on Tuesday as initial optimism over more supply cuts by Saudi Arabia and the OPEC was largely offset by persistent concerns over slowing economic growth and weakening demand.
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In a surprise move, Saudi Arabia pledges to reduce its oil output further by a million barrels a day, causing a noticeable uptick in global oil prices.
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Saudi Arabia said it will reduce production by 1 million barrels per day from July, prompting oil prices to jump.
Investing.com -- U.S. oil stocks pared back early gains in choppy trading on Monday as these companies were boosted by a jump in oil prices following an announcement from Saudi Arabia that it plans to cut production from next month.
Oil prices soared Monday after Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest exporter, pledged over the weekend to cut production by a further million barrels per day from July in an attempt to support a market hit by macroeconomic headwinds. Saudi Arabia, the de facto leader of the group of top producers known as OPEC+, announced on Sunday that the kingdom's output would drop to 9 million barrels a day in July from around 10 million barrels a day in May, the country’s biggest cut in years. This voluntary cut comes on top of the ongoing deal by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, including Russia, to limit supply into 2024.