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Oil Set for Biggest Weekly Drop of the Year as Trade War Bites
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Oil Slumps to Worst Weekly Loss of Year as Trade Fears Linger
Futures in New York rebounded somewhat on Friday bus still ended the week down 6.6%, the biggest decline since late December, after days of escalating rhetoric between China and the U.S. Chinese envoy Cui Tiankai said the Asian nation was committed to striking a deal on Friday but said it’s ready to apply countermeasures to American sanctions. Oil plunged 5.7% in New York on Thursday as investors fled riskier assets following the White House’s blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. and several Chinese surveillance companies, moves that have been met with defiance by Beijing. A report showing U.S. crude explorers cut drilling activity last week may have eased concern over growing oil supplies, said Ashley Petersen, an oil analyst at Stratas Advisors LLC in New York.
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Oil Prices Choppy as Trade Fears Offset Supply Risks
Futures were setting up for their biggest weekly loss of the year, even with supply outages in the North Sea, curbs by OPEC+ and a range of crises from Venezuela to Libya. 'These worries over the trade situation with China is becoming more pronounced here. Oil plunged 5.7% in New York on Thursday as investors fled riskier assets following the White House’s blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. and several Chinese surveillance companies, moves that have been met with defiance by Beijing.
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Oil Pares Biggest Weekly Loss of 2019 as Supply, Trade Fears Mix
Futures plunged 5.7% in New York on Thursday as investors fled riskier assets following the White House’s blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. and several Chinese surveillance companies, moves that have been met with defiance by Beijing. West Texas Intermediate crude for July delivery rose 68 cents, or 1.2%, to $58.59 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange at 8:35 a.m. local time, after climbing as much as 83 cents earlier. “Yesterday’s price slide had nothing to do with oil market-specific factors,” said Carsten Fritsch, an analyst at Commerzbank AG in Frankfurt.
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Oil Set for Biggest Weekly Drop of the Year as Trade War Bites
Crude is being caught up in a stampede out of riskier assets driven by the White House’s blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. and several Chinese surveillance companies, moves that have been met with defiance by Beijing. A surprise jump in American oil stockpiles has also weighed on prices this week. Anxiety over the trade war is taking precedence over a supply backdrop ripe with risks including a tense Middle East, a steadily deteriorating situation in Venezuela and production risks in Libya and Nigeria.
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