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Bca Market213.506.86 %
Intosol Holdin.82.506.45 %
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Marshall Motor155.505.78 %
Keywords Studio1,204.005.61 %
Renold36.505.49 %
Codemasters Gr.189.005.00 %
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Convatec165.854.28 %
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Science Sprt63.00-10.00 %
Low & Bonar28.10-8.77 %
Faroe Petrol.124.20-7.45 %
Urals En.35.00-6.67 %
Centaur40.20-6.29 %
Premier Oil89.25-6.20 %
Applied Graph.38.50-6.10 %
Rm191.00-5.91 %
Hunting623.50-5.74 %
Renishaw3,712.00-5.35 %
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Price of Oil Falls as Supply Surges

Wednesday, 14th November 2018

Brent Crude, which is the main benchmark for Europe, was trading at just over $65 per barrel, while US crude was sitting at $56, which was a twelve month low. Both oils were down by 7% on the day as of 8PM on Tuesday. This means that the market is on course for its worst period of trading since December 2015. Brent Crude has entered bear market territory, having fallen by more than 20% since it peaked in October.

The global economy appears to be slowing, and analysts fear that this is contributing to a weakening in not just oil prices but other areas of the market as well. Donald Trump has urged the OPEC to not cut supply as a way of propping up falling oil prices. The OPEC followed Trumpís pleas with a report showing that there is likely to be another drop in demand - the fourth such drop in a row. OPEC is led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, and in the past they have been burned by refusals to follow production cuts. Previous attempts to maintain market share competing against the US saw oil prices plummet to as low as $30 a barrel.

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