On Friday Oil climbed, boosted up by continuous supply cuts directed by OPEC and U.S. penalties upon Iran and Venezuela. This set the crude markets on the move to register their largest first-quarter increase since 2009. WTI futures are set to increase for a straight month and are set for a first-quarter profit of more than 30%. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures went to $59.56 per barrel about 0.4% up from their last close.
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Daily Analysis - 29/03/2019