Oil is mixed with American rig count ahead

Oil is mixed with American rig count ahead

On Friday, in Asia, crude was narrowly mixed because traders looked ahead to American rig count data from Baker Hughes for further direction on shale crude.

November delivery crude futures gained 0.10% in New York reaching $51.34 a barrel. At the same time Brent futures dived 0.05% in London being worth $57.23 a barrel.

On Tuesday, crude prices managed to settle lower because data demonstrating a larger than anticipated build-up of product inventories kept weighing on market sentiment.

Crude prices went down because signs that OPEC would further extend the world’s supply-cut agreement deal didn’t manage to compensate everlasting investor worries over data highlighting a steep soar in gasoline as well as diesel supplies.

Issued on Wednesday, a weekly report from the Energy Information Administration revealed that American gasoline stockpiles went up for a fourth straight week. Meanwhile, supplies of distillates edged up for the first time since August.

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