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Solid Gold Berjangka ~ Minyak Memperpanjang Rebound Di Atas $ 41

Minyak memperpanjang rebound di atas $ 41 per barel karena penurunan terbesar dalam cadangan bensin AS sejak April memangkas surplus persediaan yang berada di tingkat musiman tertinggi dalam setidaknya dua dekade terakhir.

Minyak berjangka naik sebanyak 1,4 persen di New York setelah naik 3,3 persen pada hari Rabu, yang merupakan terbesar dalam tiga minggu. Persediaan bahan bakar motor turun 3,26 juta barel pada pekan lalu karena kilang-kilang menaikkan tingkat operasi, menurut Energy Information Administration. Produksi minyak mentah jatuh untuk pertama kalinya dalam empat minggu, sementara cadangan tiba-tiba diperluas.

Minyak rebound setelah jatuh lebih dari 20 persen ke bear market, ditutup di bawah $ 40 per barel pada hari Selasa untuk pertama kalinya sejak April. Citigroup Inc. hingga Bank of America Merrill Lynch meramalkan kemerosotan tidak akan lama, sementara Societe Generale SA. mengatakan koreksi harga akan terbatas karena keseimbangan yang lebih baik antara penawaran dan permintaan.

Minyak mentah West Texas Intermediate untuk pengiriman September naik sebanyak 58 sen menjadi $ 41,41 per barel di New York Mercantile Exchange dan diperdagangkan di $ 41,15 pada pukul 09:45 pagi waktu Hong Kong. Kontrak WTI naik $ 1,32 ke $ 40,83 pada hari Rabu, kenaikan terbesar sejak 12 Juli.

Minyak Brent untuk settlement bulan Oktober naik sebanyak 55 sen, atau 1,3 persen, ke $ 43,65 per barel di ICE Futures Europe exchange yang berbasis di London. Harga Brent naik 3,1 persen menjadi $ 43,10 per barel pada hari Rabu. Acuan global yang diperdagangkan untuk bulan Oktober lebih besar $ 1,48 dari WTI.(Solid Gold Berjangka)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Oil extended its rebound above $41 a barrel as the biggest decline in U.S. gasoline stockpiles since April trimmed a surplus of supplies that are at the highest seasonal level in at least two decades.

Futures advanced as much as 1.4 percent in New York after climbing 3.3 percent on Wednesday, the most in three weeks. Inventories of the motor fuel slid by 3.26 million barrels last week as refineries boosted operating rates, according to the Energy Information Administration. Crude production fell for the first time in four weeks, while stockpiles unexpectedly expanded.

Oil is rebounding after tumbling more than 20 percent into a bear market, closing below $40 a barrel on Tuesday for the first time since April. Citigroup Inc. to Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicted the slump would be short-lived, while Societe Generale SA said the price correction would be limited due to a better balance between supply and demand.

West Texas Intermediate for September delivery rose as much as 58 cents to $41.41 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange and traded at $41.15 at 9:45 a.m. Hong Kong time. The contract climbed $1.32 to $40.83 on Wednesday, the biggest gain since July 12.

Brent for October settlement increased as much as 55 cents, or 1.3 percent, to $43.65 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Prices rose 3.1 percent to $43.10 a barrel on Wednesday. The global benchmark traded at a premium of $1.48 to WTI for October. (Solid Gold Berjangka)

Source: Bloomberg

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