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    Oil rises with Saudi Arabia cut supplies to America

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    Post by Rocky Fri Mar 24, 2017 5:13 am

    Oil rises with Saudi Arabia cut supplies to America


    Twilight News / Oil prices rose on Friday, with support from the decline of Saudi exports to the United States, but generally the markets remain under pressure due to abundant fuel supply.

    By 0633 GMT, the global London Brent crude futures rose nine cents from the previous close to $ 50.65 a barrel.

    The West Texas crude rose US futures broker 15 cents to $ 47.85 a barrel.

    Brent tends to incur a weekly loss of approximately 2.1 percent, while US crude tends to fall about 1.9 percent.

    Traders said the increase came after Saudi Arabia said that its exports of crude to the United States will be reduced by about 300 thousand barrels per day between February and March.

    But Saudi exports to a number of other major consuming areas of crude remain high despite the efforts of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), in cooperation with producers outside such as Russia to cut production by 1.8 million barrels per day during the first half of the year.

    Thomson Reuters Econ data showed that OPEC shipments to Asia, the largest oil-consuming and fastest growing regions, 17.6 million barrels per day in March to rise more than five percent since January, when the entry into force officially cut production agreement in a sign began on OPEC excluding its main customers supply cuts.

    Traders say oil prices are subject to record a further decline as OPEC cut did not extend the agreement after June or apply greater reductions.

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