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Crude falls $1.40

Posted on: January 19, 2017

Crude fell after a statement made by the head of the International Energy Agency forecasted for an increase in US shale production. A Bloomberg survey estimated that there will be a 1 million barrel draw in US crude supplies for today’s EIA storage figures. Mohammad Barkindo, OPEC secretary General, has conveyed the commendable adherence to production cuts after the first two weeks of the agreement’s initiation.

Trump’s stance on import taxes remains an area of speculation that has increased volatility of the WTI. Overall, WTI futures lost $1.40 for the day closing at $51.08.


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