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Oil cost are descending on Friday.

West Texas Intermediate crude, the US benchmark, is down by 2.7%
at $49.32 per barrel, while Brent crude, the international
benchmark, is down by 2.4% at $51.72 per tub as of 1:05 p.m.
ET.

Prices for both have depressed by about 7% this week.

Oil tumbled
earlier
in the week after a smaller than expected
drawdown in oil inventories and the first burst in gasoline
reserve in several months. 
 


On Thursday, Saudi Arabia’s oil apportion Khalid
al-Falih


suggested

 at an oil discussion that production
cuts may need to continue, and
added
that “there is an initial
agreement that we competence be 
obligated to extend
to get to the target.”

Kuwait’s oil apportion Essam al-Marzouq said
he expected
the agreement to be extended.
However, Russia, which not a member of OPEC, has not
nonetheless committed.

Meanwhile, the US oil-rig count rose by 5 to
688, according information from oilfield-services provider Baker Hughes

expelled on Friday

This marks the
14th week in a quarrel with an increase.

Get the latest Oil WTI price here.

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