pt solid gold berjangka ~ Minyak Brent Pertahankan Kerugian Di Tengah Spekulasi Bertahannya Global Glut

pt solid gold berjangka ~ Minyak Brent mempertahankan kerugian di tengah spekulasi global glut akan bertahan setelah produsen terbesar di dunia gagal mengambil tindakan untuk membatasi pasokan.

Minyak berjangka sedikit berubah di London setelah tergelincir 0,8 persen pada hari Selasa. Cadangan minyak mentah AS kemungkinan diperluas 705.000 barel pekan lalu, kenaikan mingguan ketiga, menurut survei Bloomberg sebelum data dari Energy Information Administration pada hari Kamis. Pertemuan hari Senin antara Menteri Energi Saudi Khalid Al-Falih dan Rusia berakhir tanpa langkah konkret dan Al-Falih mengatakan tidak perlu untuk membekukan produksi saat ini.

Minyak mengalami reli pada bulan Agustus terkait spekulasi anggota dari Organisasi Negara Pengekspor Minyak dan produsen lainnya akan setuju untuk membatasi produksi mereka ketika mereka bertemu secara informal di Algiers akhir bulan ini. Proposal serupa tertunda pada bulan April atas desakan Arab Saudi bahwa Iran berpartisipasi. cadangan minyak AS lebih dari 100 juta barel di atas 5 tahun rata-rata musiman.

Minyak Brent untuk pengiriman November diperdagangkan di $ 47,41 per barel, naik 15 sen, di ICE Futures Europe exchange yang berbasis di London pada pukul 11:34 siang di Tokyo. Harga brent kehilangan 37 sen dan ditutup di level $ 47,26 pada hari Selasa. Acuan global diperdagangkan lebih besar $ 1,87 dari WTI.

Minyak mentah WTI untuk pengiriman Oktober diperdagangkan di $ 44,93 per barel di New York Mercantile Exchange, naik 10 sen. Kontrak WTI naik 39 sen, atau 0,9 persen, dari penutupan Jumat menjadi $ 44,83 pada Selasa kemarin. Tidak ada settlement pada hari Senin karena libur Hari Buruh di AS.(pt solid gold berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Brent oil held losses amid speculation the global glut will persist after the world�s largest producers failed to take action to limit supply.

Futures were little changed in London after slipping 0.8 percent on Tuesday. U.S. crude stockpiles likely expanded by 705,000 barrels last week, a third weekly gain, according to a Bloomberg survey before data from the Energy Information Administration on Thursday. A meeting Monday between Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih and his Russian counterpart ended without concrete steps and Al-Falih said there�s no need to freeze output now.

Oil rallied in August on speculation members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producers would agree to cap output when they meet informally in Algiers later this month. A similar proposal was derailed in April over Saudi Arabia�s insistence that Iran participate. U.S. inventories are more than 100 million barrels above the 5-year seasonal average.

Brent for November settlement traded at $47.41 a barrel, up 15 cents, on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange at 11:34 a.m. in Tokyo. Prices lost 37 cents to close at $47.26 on Tuesday. The global benchmark traded at a $1.87 premium to West Texas Intermediate.

WTI for October delivery traded at $44.93 barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, up 10 cents. The contract rose 39 cents, or 0.9 percent, from Friday�s close to $44.83 on Tuesday. There was no settlement on Monday because of the U.S. Labor Day holiday.

Source: Bloomberg

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