sexta-feira, 24 de março, 2017

Oil operates at high moderate, but remains near lows in four months

Oil futures operate on high, but remain near the lowest levels in four months and the gains are limited by fears that recent efforts of the Organization of petroleum exporting countries (Opec) to reduce the offer are encouraging the U.S. to broaden your production. At 8:48 (Eastern), oil for may climbed 0.51 Brent type% on the IntercontinentalExchange (ICE), to $50.82 a barrel, while the WTI for the same month advanced 0.65 percent on the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex), to $48.01 a barrel. Despite the positive tone in the morning, the oil accumulates losses of nearly 10% since early March, amid the advance of inventory and production in the USA, at a time when OPEC and other producers outside the group have been trying to contain your offer. At the end of last year, Opec, Russia and other countries closed deals to reduce your combined production at about 1.8 million barrels a day from January this year. On Friday afternoon, is expected to disclose weekly search Baker Hughes on platforms in operation in the US, another indicator that ships advancing in recent weeks and proving American production expansion signals. Recent figures from the Department of energy (DoE) showed that the production of shale oil u.s. grew almost 5% since the first week of December. At the weekend, the Committee responsible for monitoring the production reduction agreements will meet to discuss your effectiveness. The group is formed by representatives of Kuwait, Algeria, Venezuela, Russia and Oman. Investors will monitor the meeting for signs of a possible extension of the pacts.
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