minyak4Pt. Solid Gold Berjangka~Minyak menguat setelah produksi minyak mentah AS dan stok turun ditambah dimulainya pemungutan suara pada apakah Inggris akan tetap menjadi anggota Uni Eropa.

Berjangka Agustus bertambah 1,6 persen di New York. Produksi turun untuk kali 14 dari 15 minggu terakhir ke level terendah sejak September 2014 dan stok turun 917.000 barel pekan lalu, menurut data dari Administrasi Informasi Energi pada hari Rabu. jajak pendapat terakhir menunjukkan referendum Inggris, yang dikenal sebagai Brexit, bisa berjalan baik.

West Texas Intermediate untuk pengiriman Agustus naik 77 sen ke level $ 49,90 per barel di New York Mercantile Exchange dan berada di level $ 49,49 pada pukul 07:14 pagi waktu London. Kontrak kehilangan 72 sen menjadi $ 49,13 pada hari Rabu. Total volume perdagangan yakni sekitar 43 persen di bawah rata-rata 100-hari.

Brent untuk pengiriman Agustus menguat 48 sen, atau 1 persen, ke level $ 50,36 per barel di ICE Futures Europe exchange yang berbasis di London. Harga pada Rabu turun 74 sen, atau 1,5 persen, ke level $ 49,88. Minyak mentah patokan global ini diperdagangkan pada premium 75 sen untuk WTI. (solidgold)

Sumber: Bloomberg

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Oil advanced after U.S. crude production and stockpiles dropped and as the U.K. started voting on whether to remain a member of the European Union.

August futures rose as much as 1.6 percent in New York. Production fell for the 14th out of the last 15 weeks to the lowest level since September 2014 and inventories dropped by 917,000 barrels last week, according to data from the Energy Information Administration on Wednesday. Past opinion polls indicated the U.K. referendum, known as Brexit, could go either way.

West Texas Intermediate for August delivery rose as much as 77 cents to $49.90 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange and was at $49.49 at 7:14 a.m. London time. The contract lost 72 cents to $49.13 on Wednesday. Total volume traded was about 43 percent below the 100-day average.

Brent for August settlement rose as much as 48 cents, or 1 percent, to $50.36 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Prices on Wednesday fell 74 cents, or 1.5 percent, to $49.88. The global benchmark crude traded at a premium of 75 cents to WTI.

Source: Bloomberg