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Crude prices slide $0.19

Posted on: November 17, 2017

Crude prompt futures traded in a 69 cent range, and hit a high of $55.62 before peeling back and closing the day at $55.14. Brent prices fell 51 cents and settled at $61.36. We are now less than two weeks away from the OPEC meeting in Vienna and market participants have no clear indication on where this will go.

Saudi Arabia and other OPEC producers have expressed interest in extending the production cut agreement, which expires next March, however Russia is not convinced that is the best course of action.

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