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OIL: WTI & Brent trade ~$0.60 higher apiece at writing, supported by a reported
~10.2mn bbl drawdown in the latest headline API crude inventory estimate, much
larger than the exp. -3.0mn bbl.
- As a reminder Tuesday saw the EIA revise its global oil demand outlook higher,
for both 2018 & 2019, with its 2019 U.S. output forecast also marked higher, all
the alterations were marginal. Oil had been subjected to swings based on broader
risk sentiment earlier Tuesday, with U.S.-China trade talks & worry re: a U.S.
government shutdown at the fore. - Focus moves to today's DoE inventory data,
with the median estimate looking for a headline drawdown of ~3.2mn bbls.
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