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Old 19-09-2023, 11:05
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Default WTI Crude Oil Continues Its Ascent Below $91.00 Amid Tight Supply Prospects

WTI, the U.S. benchmark for crude oil, is demonstrating resilience as it hovers around the $90.90 mark on Tuesday, driven primarily by a constrained supply outlook championed by Saudi Arabia and Russia. Nonetheless, the trajectory of WTI prices remains clouded by concerns related to a potential economic deceleration in China, which could potentially impede further price hikes.

The recent upswing in WTI prices can be unequivocally attributed to the deliberate actions of two oil giantsóSaudi Arabia and Russia. These formidable players in the global oil market have unveiled their plans to sustain a tight grip on oil production cuts until the conclusion of 2023. In a committed move, Saudi Arabia has pledged to curtail its daily oil output to an approximate 1.3 million barrels, a commitment set to endure through the aforementioned timeframe. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has issued a stern warning, asserting that the oil marketís deficits will only exacerbate during the fourth quarter, courtesy of the production cuts strategically orchestrated by Saudi Arabia and Russia over the summer.

In a recent statement, Saudi Arabiaís Energy Minister underscored the collaborative efforts of the OPEC+ alliance in stabilizing oil markets and bolstering global energy security. Notably, no explicit target price for crude oil was disclosed. However, it was acknowledged that the marketís current volatile landscape is being significantly influenced by the prevailing ambiguity surrounding Chinaís oil demand, thereby casting a significant shadow on global crude prices.

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