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Daily (06.09.2019): NBP spot soared by 7.7% on Thursday, on expectations for higher demand

Crude oil prices remained bullish on Thursday following a larger-than-expected fall in the U.S. crude stockpiles reported for last week. Meanwhile, slowing global economic growth and weaker hopes for an upcoming trade agreement between China and the U.S. tempered the rise. Brent crude advanced by 0.4% to $60.95 a barrel, while WTI futures edged 0.1% higher at $56.30 a barrel.

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Daily (04.09.2019): NBP spot fell by nearly 4% on Tuesday, weighed by low demand

Crude oil prices extended losses on Tuesday, as weaker manufacturing data in the U.S. and the eurozone reported for August worsened the crude demand outlook. Brent crude traded 0.7% down at $58.26 a barrel, while WTI futures dipped by 1.6% to $53.94 a barrel amid dragging U.S.-China trade talks.  

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Daily (03.09.2019): EU carbon prices sank by over 4% on Monday, amid growing Brexit turmoil

Crude oil prices remained bearish on Monday, as the recent import tariffs resulting from the latest trade war escalation between the U.S. and China have started to apply, raising concerns over a tighter demand outlook. The impact of Hurricane Dorian near the Florida coast also posed a threat for the crude demand. Further downward pressure came from higher oil production by OPEC members in August, for the first month this year. As a result, Brent crude dropped by 2.9% to $58.66 a barrel, while WTI futures lost 0.5% to settle at $54.84 a barrel.  

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Daily (02.09.2019): WTI crude fell 2.8% ahead of a hurricane near the Florida coast

An approaching hurricane near the Florida coast that could reduce demand weighed on oil prices. The bearish movement was amplified by easing U.S.-China trade disputes. Brent crude dropped by 1.1% to close at $60.43 a barrel. WTI futures lost 2.8% to settle at $55.10 a barrel.

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Daily (30.08.2019): WTI futures jumped by 1.7% on Thursday after two new pipelines opened in the Permian Basin

Crude oil prices rose on Thursday, backed by a deep decline in U.S. crude inventories. The opening of two new pipelines in the Permian Basin also added to demand at WTI delivery hub. At the same time, the approach of Hurricane Dorian toward Florida supported prices raising fears that U.S. crude producers may slow output. As a result, Brent crude hiked by 1% to $61.08, while WTI futures climbed by 1.7% to $56.71 a barrel.

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