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On Monday oil prices started in the "red zone".

The rally that took place the day before ended and investors began to take profits. The price of June futures for North Sea Brent crude oil mixture decreased by 0.24%, to 66.61 dollars, the cost of June futures for WTI decreased by 0.27%, to 63.02 dollars per barrel, May - by 0.21%, up to $ 63. Over the previous week world oil prices rose 6%, which was associated with expectations of economic recovery, as well as after the International Energy Agency (IEA) raised its forecast for growth in oil demand.

On Tuesday oil prices jumped, with Brent crude rising above $ 68 a barrel for the first time since March 18. Investors analyzed the news from Libya: on the eve of the Libyan National Petroleum Corporation announced that due to months of delays in payments from the country's central bank, the production and export of crude oil through the port of Al-Hariga has been suspended.

The next day oil prices dropped 1% due to a number of external factors. The price of June futures for North Sea Brent crude oil mixture decreased by 0.99%, to $ 65.91, the cost of June futures on WTI - by 1.09%, to $ 61.99 per barrel. The main factor negatively affecting the dynamics of oil prices remained the situation with the spread of COVID-19 in India and Japan. According to data published on Wednesday night by the American Petroleum Institute (API), the growth of commercial stocks in the United States for the week of April 16 amounted to 0.4 million barrels. Investors also drew attention to the forecast of the World Bank (WB). The WB expects that the price of a barrel of oil this year will average $ 56. And in 2022, according to his forecast, the oil price will be $ 60 per barrel.

Oil reserves in the United States, according to the Ministry of Energy, increased by 0.6 million barrels over the week against the expectation of a decline of 3.7 million barrels and the previous fact of a fall by 5.9 million barrels. The increase in the stock index is a significant bearish signal for the oil market, that is, a reason to sell.

Nevertheless, the week ended with solid growth. The price of June futures for North Sea Brent crude oil mix grew by 0.49%, to $ 65.72, the cost of June futures on WTI - by 0.49%, to $ 61.73 per barrel. Market participants reacted to the upbeat statistics from the US and Europe. The sales of new buildings in the United States in March jumped by 20.7%, to 1.021 million, and the composite index of business activity (PMI) in industry and services of 19 eurozone countries, according to preliminary estimates, in April unexpectedly rose to 53.7 points against the forecast of a decline up to 52.8 points. Strong statistics supported the risk sentiment and optimism regarding oil demand. Baker Hughes reported that the number of operating oil rigs in the United States for the week ended April 23 fell by one, to 343 units.

 

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