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Crude moves $0.41

Posted on: October 03, 2016

Oil finished off last week with an 8.1% gain. The gain was followed by an increase in weekly rig counts according to Baker Hughes. Crude rigs increased by 7 for the week, natural gas by 4, leaving a grand total of 522 combined to date. Skepticism and uncertainty still shrouds the OPEC announcement made last week, however the price has still responded well to the news. In any case, the market will be keeping close watch as the agreement to cut production is finalized in November. If the agreement does not implement smoothly we will likely see considerable pressure softening the market fundamentals.

We see crude continue to rise this morning as we return to work.


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