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Crude falls $0.61

Posted on: January 30, 2017

Prompt WTI futures took a loss on Friday falling by $0.61 to a final settle of $53.17 amid doubt on the OPEC production cut adherence in addition to an increase in US shale production. Saudi Arabia made a statement earlier last week that they had already cut 80% of production as pertaining to their agreement, however, analysts and investors are both awaiting concrete figures to make that assessment for themselves.

It should come as no surprise that with oil above the $50 mark US shale production and rig count has been increasing dramatically: Baker Hughes reported an increase in rig count by 15 for a cumulative total of 566; Bloomberg reported there has been 90 rigs added since the OPEC agreement in November.


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