[size=36]Oil is rising, but the trade war is dampening demand expectations[/size]
The settlement price for Brent crude was set at a height of nine cents to $ 64.34 a barrel, and WTI rose 22 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $ 59.24 a barrel.
The benchmarks fell 0.2 percent and 0.3 percent, respectively, on Monday.
Last week, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and producers allied with it, such as Russia, agreed to deepen production cuts from 1.2 million bpd to 1.7 million bpd to support prices.
But the December 15 deadline to impose the next round of US tariffs on Chinese imports has burdened the markets.
"Since the producers announced a production cut last week, the market is consolidating at just just below the peak of three months ... In the absence of a US-China trade agreement, the market finds it difficult to continue this ascending wave," said Jane McGillian, director of market research at Tradition Energy. It ended 29 / p