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“Nothing substantial has gone out further, so the gain is leaking out of the market,”

CNBC, May 19, 2019

“But investors shifted their focus away from trade issues to the impact of Iran sanctions, as well as conflicts in Libya that threatened oil supplies,”

CNBC, May 10, 2019

“We’re waiting to see whether the Saudis signal their extension of the production cut,”

Reuters , May 10, 2019

Tradition Energy analyst Gene McGillian pointed to several other supportive factors bolstering prices, including US sanctions on Venezuela, and news that Saudi Arabia has been hinting at extending production cuts.

Platts, May 06, 2019

“Uncertainty about what eventually is going to happen with those sanctions is kind of keeping the market unnerved,”

Bloomberg, April 29, 2019

“I think it’s pretty clear that tightening supplies and receding fears of demand growth is a boost to the market to these five month highs,”

CNBC, April 18, 2019

“The expectation that the tightened supply picture is going to boost prices is starting to attract length into the market,”

Bloomberg, April 07, 2019

“The latest driver appears to be the idea that tightened supplies are going to create a stronger fundamental picture,”

Reuters, April 01, 2019

“Some of the weakness we saw earlier was related to the reawakening of concerns surrounding demand growth,”

Reuters , March 24, 2019

“WTI traded higher amid expectations of a tightened supply picture due to the continued deterioration of the Venezuelan oil industry,”

Platts, March 14, 2019

“The market basically seems to be stalling,”

Bloomberg, March 14, 2019

Oil’s future is also “highly dependent” on how the ongoing U.S.-China trade war plays out,

Bloomberg, March 11, 2019

“We’ve witnessed this week a rekindling of worries about demand growth,”

Reuters , March 07, 2019

“Concerns of weaker economic growth or demand growth may have sparked some profit-taking here,”

Platts, March 01, 2019

“The market is now looking for its next driver,”

Bloomberg, February 25, 2019

“After yesterday’s pullback, the market is trying to stabilize again,”

Reuters , February 25, 2019

“The market this week has pushed to three-month highs on expectations of tightened supplies,”

CNBC, February 20, 2019

“The market looked like it picked its head up when we pushed through yesterday’s highs,”

Bloomberg, February 19, 2019

“The market’s up almost entirely on the notion that we’ll get the China deal and all will be all good for oil after that,” , February 13, 2019

“OPEC’s overall production being down has refocused the market’s expectations around tightened supply,”

Bloomberg, February 11, 2019

“The correction is stalled, mainly on concerns about demand growth,”

CNBC, February 07, 2019

“The market tried to pick its head up again, but found little interest,”

Platts, February 05, 2019

“The market seems to be turning on renewed worries that there doesn’t seem to be a lot of progress on the U.S.-China trade talks,”

Nasdaq, February 04, 2019

“If February doesn’t turn out to be the coldest month of winter, justifying a plus $3 price is hard for the market,”

CNBC, January 28, 2019

“The trade war between Washington and Beijing weighed on futures as investor optimism waned that the two sides would soon end the months-long tariff fight that has damaged China’s economy.”

Nasdaq, January 28, 2019
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