Saudi Arabia says all options open at Opec+ meeting, including further cuts
Opec+ agreed in December to widen their supply cuts by 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 1.7 million bpd until the end of March.
Oil falls below $61, heads for weekly loss on China virus concerns
Global benchmark Brent was down $1.13 to $60.91 by 1440 GMT.
Crude oil outlook bearish, weak demand a big worry
Global oil demand growth is still languishing and the market will be closely following Ope...
Opec raises oil demand outlook for 2020
Opec raised overall 2020 oil demand growth outlook by 0.14 million bpd to 1.22 million bpd.
Oil prices fall nearly 1% as supply concerns ease
West Texas Intermediate crude was down 42 cents, or 0.7 per cent, at $58.12 a barrel.
Oil ends week steady as China growth offsets trade deal optimism
Brent crude futures were up 44 cents at $65.06 by 1014 GMT.
Opec secretary general says Iraqi oil facilities secure, production continuing
Barkindo said Opec alone could not shoulder the responsibility of maintaining a stable oil market
UAE energy minister says all OPEC+ members committed to stable oil market
The United Arab Emirates energy minister said so on Saturday.
Tension but no shock on oil market: IEA
It said ample production elsewhere mean the world is relatively well placed to react to a crisis.
Rupee slips 3 paise to 71.11 against dollar in early trade
"USDINR pair is expected to quote in the range of 70.90 and 71.30,” said Motilal Oswal Fin.
Oil surges as Libyan pipeline shutdown cripples output
West Texas Intermediate contract was up by 60 cents, or 1 per cent, at $59.14 a barrel, after rising to $59.73, the highest since Jan. 10.
Oil steady as sluggish China growth offsets trade deal optimism
Brent crude futures inched down 4 cents to $64.58 by 0615 GMT.
Australia shares extend gains; miners shine on metal prices
The S&P/ASX 200 index touched a fresh peak of 7,092.50 points before paring some gains to finish at 7,079.50, a new record closing high.
Oil rises as Libya declares force majeure in oilfields
Brent crude was up 59 cents, or 0.9%, at $65.44 by 1442 GMT, having earlier touched $66 a barrel, its highest since Jan. 9.
Oil rises after US-China deal, IEA forcast limits gains
US crude was up by 22 cents, or 0.4 per cent, at $58.03 a barrel.
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