Fundamental analytics

WTI

Oil prices keep the upward movement vector. 

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On Monday, oil prices are in the red due to growing concerns about the prospects for market development in the context of a worsening epidemiological situation in the world.    

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Prices for WTI and Brent crude today rose by more than 1% after the publication of API data on the reduction of oil reserves.

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Prices for Brent and WTI crude oil fell by more than 1% on Monday due to heightened concerns about global fuel demand amid tight quarantine restrictions in Europe and new travel restrictions in China, where the number of infected has risen sharply.

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Oil prices rose on Wednesday to their highest level since February 2020 after Saudi Arabia agreed to cut production by 1 million barrels. per day in February-March of the current year. 

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Oil prices hit multi-month highs on Monday due to expectations that OPEC + countries could cap in February, as the coronavirus pandemic raises concerns about increased energy demand in the first half of 2021.

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Crude oil rose marginally on Wednesday morning amid a stronger-than-expected decline in US crude inventories and hopes for a new bailout package that could boost fuel demand.    

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Oil prices in the first half of the day are kept in the red trading zone.   

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In trading on Wednesday, oil prices are down by more than 1% due to data on rising fuel inventories in the United States and the introduction of new travel restrictions.  

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Brent and WTI fell more than 2.5% on Monday.