With just over two weeks left in the year, it looks like uncertainty will continue to rule the day.
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OPEC decided last week to cut crude output in 2019.
The International Energy Agency says it expects non-OPEC supply to rise by 2.3 million barrels a day this year
In Friday trading, Brent crude was priced above US$72 with WTI (West Texas Intermediate) holding above US$63 a barrel.
The US is about to impose sanctions on Iran but Saudi Arabia reckons that, despite that, we are in danger of having to cope with a surplus of oil
In Friday trading, Brent crude was priced above US$79 with WTI close to US$71 a barrel
Heavy storm season is underway in the US and Hurricane Florence is threatening coastal states.
Brent was priced above US$76 per barrel as crude oil stocks fell to the lowest level since 2015,
In was a busy week for the sector, with no shortage of macro news.
July was a tough month on the oil market with both benchmarks suffering high declines not seen since 2016.
The international crude benchmark dropped more than 6% this week as Saudi Arabia delivered more oil to the market.
Global trade wars and geopolitics are adding to the gloom and impacting the price on a daily basis.
The oil price rose to a three and a half year high on Thursday, with WTI above US$74..
On Friday, Brent crude was priced around US$75 with WTI holding above US$68 a barrel.
In Friday trading, Brent crude was priced above US$75 with WTI holding close to US$67 a barrel
On Friday, Brent crude was priced above US$76 with Brent holding above US$65 a barrel.