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$OIL Oil prices steady as market focuses on supply risks KEY POINTS * Analysts expect U.S. crude stockpiles to have risen by 1.9 million barrels last week, the fourth straight increase. * Oil fell Monday after comments from Russia raised concern the OPEC-led supply-cutting pact may not be renewed. * OPEC and its allies are due to meet in June to decide whether to continue the arrangement. Oil prices were steady on Tuesday, as fighting in Libya and falling Venezuelan and Iranian exports raised concerns over tightening global supply, but uncertainty surrounding an OPEC-led production cut limited gains. Brent was up 19 cents at $71.37 a barrel around 12:35 p.m. ET (1635 GMT). Brent hit a five-month high at $71.87 on Friday. WTI gained 29 cents, to $63.69. WTI was trading about a dollar below last week’s high going back to Nov. 1. “We are still viewing the price consolidation of the past week as a pause in a sustainable bull market in which fresh highs still represent a strong possibility,” Jim Ritterbusch, president of Ritterbusch and Associates, said in a note. In Libya, fighting between Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army and the internationally-recognised government has raised the prospect of lower supplies from the OPEC member. U.S. sanctions on two other members, Iran and Venezuela, are already cutting shipments. Iran’s crude oil exports have dropped in April to their lowest daily level this year, tanker data showed and industry sources said. “Collapsing Venezuelan oil output and sanctioned Iranian exports have put a big question mark over supply,” said Swiss bank Julius Baer. “With the many supply threats, the market mood turns more bullish by the day and this should support prices over the coming weeks.” Adding downward pressure were concerns about Russia’s willingness to stick with OPEC-led supply cuts and expectations of higher U.S. inventories. Russia and the producer group may decide to boost output to fight for market share with the United States, TASS news agency quoted Finance Minister Anton Siluanov as saying. “There is a growing concern that Russia will not agree on extending production cuts and we could see them officially abandon it in the coming months,” said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at OANDA. Russian officials sent mixed signals over renewal of the deal with OPEC last time it was being renegotiated in December, before finally agreeing to remain on board. Analysts on average expect U.S. crude stockpiles to have risen by 1.9 million barrels last week, the fourth straight increase. The first of this week’s stockpile reports is due at 4:30 p.m. ET (2030 GMT) from the American Petroleum Institute. ... Show More
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Good day Everyone, Market today, Monday, 11 March 1 U.S.-China Talks Are Making ‘Headway,’ Trump Adviser Says The Trump administration is making “headway” in trade negotiations with China, the top White House economic adviser said Sunday, brushing off reports suggesting diminishing prospects for a deal and push-back from Beijing. “We’re making great progress,” Larry Kudlow said on “Fox News Sunday,” adding that he was “optimistic” President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping of China would meet to ink a trade pact at some point -- possibly in March or April. More info: <a href="https://etoro.tw/2Hcfwqy" class="e-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer ">etoro.tw/2Hcfwqy</a> 2. Stocks Face Mixed Start After 2019&#x27;s Worst Week: Markets Wrap Futures indicated Japan could eke out small gains when trading begins, while markets in Hong Kong and Australia pointed to declines More info: <a href="https://etoro.tw/2HcUcBw" class="e-link" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer ">etoro.tw/2HcUcBw</a> 3.U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to release his proposed fiscal 2020 budget on Monday. Its arrival is about a month later than usual due to the lengthy partial government shutdown. 4..Last week &gt;&gt;The Dow was off 2.2%, its second weekly loss in a row. The S&amp;P 500 fell 2.15%. The Nasdaq dropped 2.5%. The Nasdaq&#x27;s decline was its first after 10 straight weekly gains. The S&amp;P 500 snapped a five-week winning streak.. 5. BOE tells some UK lenders to triple amount of liquid assets before Brexit The Bank of England has told some UK lenders to triple the amount of easy-to-sell assets they hold to help them weather any no-deal Brexit crisis, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing people familiar with the situation. The BOE has told some lenders to hold enough liquid assets to be able to cope with stress of 100 days, instead of the regular 30 days that BOE&#x27;s Prudential (LON: PRU) Regulation Authority rules demand, the FT reported. &gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;&gt;My opinion On stocks and Futures Even on Friday, most of the stocks and US futures recovered in the final trading hours. This shows traders ignored the NFP data. In the coming days and weeks stocks and Futures will move sideways but Bears will not take control. Day traders will play a part by taking profit now and then, hence the volatility. Traders are waiting for a spark/news to kick start the momentum. personally I think it&#x27;s the US/CHINA deal, until then market will move with the economic calendar data. *** Please note, these are my opinion, not an investment advice, do not copy based on my analysis. Please do your own research. Thanks*** <a href="/markets/jpn225" class="e-link">$JPN225</a> <a href="/markets/aus200" class="e-link">$AUS200</a> <a href="/markets/eustx50" class="e-link">$EUSTX50</a> <a href="/markets/esp35" class="e-link">$ESP35</a> <a href="/markets/fra40" class="e-link">$FRA40</a> <a href="/markets/usdollar" class="e-link">$USDOLLAR</a> <a href="/markets/dj30" class="e-link">$DJ30</a> <a href="/markets/nsdq100" class="e-link">$NSDQ100</a> <a href="/markets/spx500" class="e-link">$SPX500</a> <a href="/markets/ger30" class="e-link">$GER30</a> <a href="/markets/uk100" class="e-link">$UK100</a> <a href="/markets/china50" class="e-link">$China50</a> <a href="/markets/eurusd" class="e-link">$EURUSD</a> <a href="/markets/usdcad" class="e-link">$USDCAD</a> <a href="/markets/usdchf" class="e-link">$USDCHF</a> <a href="/markets/usdcnh" class="e-link">$USDCNH</a> <a href="/markets/usdhkd" class="e-link">$USDHKD</a> <a href="/markets/usdjpy" class="e-link">$USDJPY</a> <a href="/markets/gbpusd" class="e-link">$GBPUSD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpjpy" class="e-link">$GBPJPY</a> <a href="/markets/gbpaud" class="e-link">$GBPAUD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpnzd" class="e-link">$GBPNZD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpcad" class="e-link">$GBPCAD</a> <a href="/markets/gbphuf" class="e-link">$GBPHUF</a> <a href="/markets/gbpchf" class="e-link">$GBPCHF</a> <a href="/markets/gold" class="e-link">$GOLD</a> <a href="/markets/oil" class="e-link">$OIL</a> Source; Bloomberg, Market watch, CNBC, Investopedia, Investing.com ========================================== If you like the info, please click “like” and add me to your &quot;watch list&quot; Feel free to check my profile and the stats. Have a good day. ========================================== ... Show More
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