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2016-09-06 18:40:00

OIL PRICES: ABOUT $48

OIL PRICES: ABOUT $48

 

BRENT OIL PRICE 06 SEP 2016

 

BRENT OIL PRICE AUG - SEP 2016

 

BRENT OIL PRICE OCT 2015 - SEP 2016

 

WTI OIL PRICE 06 SEP 2016

 

WTI OIL PRICE AUG - SEP 2016

 

WTI

 

NASDAQ wrote, Crude oil futures continued to climb in early Asian trade Tuesday, as traders assessed the prospect of a supply cut following cooperation pledges from Saudi Arabia and Russia.

Light, sweet crude for October delivery rose 84 cents, or 1.9%, to $45.28 a barrel in the Globex electronic session. November Brent crude added six cents, or 0.1%, to $47.69 a barrel.

The news initially sent prices rising by as much as 5%, but futures pared their gains significantly before their close in New York. The two countries stopped short of outlining specific production cuts, and skepticism remains over whether any will be forthcoming, given a failure by major producers to strike deals on output cuts in recent years.

"Whether it's going to prove to be a toothless tiger or something with a little more force behind it remains to be seen" said Stuart Ive, a private client manager at OM Financial.

Saudi Arabia's willingness to join hands with Russia is further evidence of the trouble the biggest oil producer in OPEC is having in reaching any production agreements with Iran and other members of the group, Ive said.

"The Saudis were fed up with OPEC being the watchdogs of global prices ... and want more participation from non-OPEC members," he said.

Oil prices have spent most of the summer swinging between $40 and $50 a barrel, as a persistent oil glut continues to keep any big rally in check.

Nymex reformulated gasoline blendstock for October--the benchmark gasoline contract--rose 163 points to $1.3179 a gallon, while October diesel traded at $1.4295, 199 points higher.

ICE gasoil for September changed hands at $416.00 a metric ton, up $1.75 from Monday's settlement.

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Earlier: 

РОССИЯ И САУДОВСКАЯ АРАВИЯ ДОГОВОРИЛИСЬ 

SAUDI RAISED PRICES 

OIL PRICE COMPROMISE 

CONFLICTING OIL PRICES: $45.7 

SAUDI STABILIZES PRICES

 

 

Tags: SAUDI, RUSSIA, OIL, PRICES
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