MTECHTIPS;-Crude oil to trade positive

MTECHTIPS;-Crude oil to trade positive

MTECHTIPS-Oil prices rose to two – month highs on Monday, ending the strongest month of the year for crude futures, boosted in part by expectations of U.S. sanctions against Venezuela’s oil sector and as supply concerns have waned in recent weeks. During the trading day, chatter centered around potential U.S. Treasury sanctions targeting the country’s oil sector in response to Venezuela’s Sunday election which Washington denounced as a “sham.” That helped boost prices prior to settlement due to concern about possible limits on oil imports from Venezuela or exports of U.S. fuel to that country. After the close, however, the U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions limited only to Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Some OPEC and non – OPEC members will meet on Aug. 7 – 8 in Abu Dhabi to assess how the group can increase compliance with production cuts that began on Jan. 1 A Reuters survey on Monday indicated output from OPEC members rose, with June production revised up by 200,000 bpd. U.S. crude inventories have fallen by 10 percent from their March peaks to 483.4 million barrels. Drilling for new U.S. production is slowing, with just 10 rigs added in July, the fewest since May 2016.We expect crude oil prices to trade positive on the back of U.S. sanctions against Venezuela’s oil sector.

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