Oil traded near $52 a barrel as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) reported record compliance with pledged production cuts and US drilling slowed again. December futures were little-changed in New York. Opec and its partners including Russia achieved a record-high level of compliance to output cuts during September, according to a statement on Saturday. In the US, drillers reduced the rig count for a third week to the lowest since June, according to Baker Hughes. Oil is holding a second week of gains after the strongest signal yet that the Opec ...
Oil hovers near $52 a barrel
Oil is holding a second week of gains after the strongest signal yet that the Opec will extend supply curbs until the end of 2018
Angelina Rascouet | Bloomberg Last Updated at October 24, 2017 02:20 IST