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OPEC Is Ready To Rescue The Oil Market Again

U.S. West Texas Intermediate and international-benchmark Brent crude oil futures posted a two-sided trading range this week with a slight bias to the downside as traders continued to assess the impact of the coronavirus on future crude oil demand in China.

The markets were underpinned by the prospect of additional production cuts from OPEC and its allies. However, gains were capped by rising U.S. inventories and uncertainty over the timing of the output cuts due to Russia’s hesitancy to participate in the new plan.

Crude oil markets started the week under pressure but then began to stabilize as sellers let up on speculation OPEC and its allies would provide some relief for producers.

US Energy Information Administration Weekly Inventories Report

Gains were capped on Wednesday after data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed crude inventories rose by 3.4 million barrels during the week-ending January 31, higher than forecast. Traders were looking for a 3.0 million barrel build.

Gasoline inventories fell 100,000 barrels during the last week of January. Gasoline production in the seven days to January 31 averaged 9.9 million bpd, versus 9.2 million bpd a week earlier.

Distillate fuels fell 1.5 million barrels last week. Distillate fuel production last week averaged 5 million bpd, down from a week earlier.

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Prices were boosted on Thursday after a technical committee advising OPEC…





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