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  • Oil falls on scepticism over Trump's Saudi-Russia output deal

    Oil prices fell on Friday, coming off their biggest one-day gains in the previous session, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he had brokered a deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut output, but made no offer to reduce U.S. production. Brent crude futures fell 3.27%, or 98 cents, to $28.96 per barrel as of 0335 GMT, after having soared 21% on Thursday.

  • Oil futures pare record gains as doubts creep in on Trump's Saudi-Russia output deal

    Oil prices fell on Friday, coming off their biggest one-day gains in the previous session after U.S. President Donald Trump said he had brokered a deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut output, but made no offer to reduce U.S. production. Brent crude futures fell 3%, or 9 cents, to $29.05 as of 0127 GMT, after having soared 21% on Thursday.

  • Oil futures pare record gains as doubts creep in on Trump's Saudi-Russia output deal

    Oil prices fell on Friday, coming off their biggest one-day gains in the previous session after U.S. President Donald Trump said he had brokered a deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut output, but made no offer to reduce U.S. production. Brent crude futures fell 3%, or 9 cents, to $29.05 as of 0127 GMT, after having soared 21% on Thursday.

  • Petrobras says talks among Russia, Saudi Arabia, U.S. 'irrelevant' for oil prices

    Recent negotiations involving leaders from major oil-producing nations and the United States will prove irrelevant for oil prices, which are low because of depressed demand, the chief executive of Brazil's Petrobras said on Thursday evening.

  • Trump touts 'great' Saudi-Russia oil deal to halt price rout, but details unclear

    * Trump says cuts of 10-15 mln barrels per day possible. * Saudi Arabia calls emergency OPEC meeting. * Oil prices surge, give back some gains. * Fuel demand has slumped on coronavirus outbreak. By Rania El Gamal, Vladimir Soldatkin and Jeff Mason.

  • U.S. crude futures trim record gain

    Benchmark U.S. crude fell more than 1% in early trade on Friday, coming off its biggest one-day gain in the previous session after U.S. President Donald Trump said he expected Saudi Arabia and Russia to announce a major oil production cut. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were down 1.4%, or 36 cents, at $24.96 a barrel at 2223 GMT, after having surged 24.7% on Thursday.

  • BRIEF-Ovintiv Restructures Crude Oil Derivatives To Provide Additional Downside Protection

    Ovintiv Inc (OVV): * OVINTIV RESTRUCTURES CRUDE OIL DERIVATIVES TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DOWNSIDE PROTECTION; COMPANY NOW PLANS TO REDUCE SECOND QUARTER 2020 INVESTMENTS BY $500 MILLION. * Ovintiv Inc (OVV) - FOR Q2 OF 2020, 206 MBBLS/D IS HEDGED AT AN AVERAGE PRICE OF $42.09 PER BARREL. * Ovintiv Inc (OVV) - NOW PLANS TO FURTHER REDUCE ITS Q2 INVESTMENTS BY AN ADDITIONAL $200 MILLION.

  • Crude Leaps More Than 20% on Hopes Price War Will End -- Update

    U.S. oil prices jumped 25% Thursday in their biggest one-day rally on record, lifted by investors' hopes that initial steps to end a global price war will offer a reprieve to an industry battered by coronavirus. The gains capped a wild day of trading, in which an early climb accelerated after President Trump tweeted that he expected Russia and Saudi Arabia to agree to cut production by millions of barrels a day. Prices then soared as much as 35% before turning lower after the Kremlin...

  • BRIEF-CME Raises Crude Oil Futures Margins For May 2020

    CME GROUP INC (CME): * CME RAISES CRUDE OIL FUTURE NYMEX MAINTENANCE MARGINS BY 13.4% TO $6,350 PER CONTRACT FROM $5,600 FOR MAY 2020. * SAYS INITIAL MARGIN RATES ARE 110% OF THESE LEVELS. * SAYS RATES WILL BE EFFECTIVE AFTER THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON APRIL 3, 2020.

  • Crude Leaps More Than 20% on Hopes for End to Price War

    Hopes for a truce in the global oil-price war powered crude to its biggest one-day percentage gain on record Thursday, with investors betting a globally coordinated production cut would alleviate some of the pressure from the coronavirus crisis. The gains capped a wild day of trading, in which an early climb accelerated after President Trump tweeted that he expected Russia and Saudi Arabia to agree to cut production by millions of barrels. Prices for Brent, the global benchmark,...

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