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For the week, Brent ended more than 6 percent higher and WTI gained more than 5 percent, partly on tightening supplies since the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies led by Russia started voluntary production cuts last month. The partial closure of Saudi Arabia’s Safaniya, the world’s largest offshore oilfield, occurred about two weeks ago, a source said on Friday. Safaniya has production capacity of more than 1 million barrels per day. It was not immediately clear when the field would return to full capacity.

“It’s another factor that is raising concerns about the availability of crude,” said Phil Flynn, analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago, “All of a sudden you don’t have to worry just about OPEC cuts, Now you have a problem with Saudi Arabia’s ability to actually produce as much oil.”, Leading OPEC producer Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it would cut an additional half a million bpd in March more than it previously pledged, Supply tonneau blue mother of pearl cufflinks has also been curbed by U.S, sanctions on Venezuelan and Iranian crude and reduced Libyan output because of civil unrest, Security threats could threaten Nigerian production after general elections this weekend..

Growing confidence that the United States and China will resolve their ongoing trade dispute also supported prices. Those talks will restart next week in Washington, with both sides saying this week’s negotiations in Beijing showed progress. “Optimism surrounding a potential trade deal has really been the big issue here in the United States the last couple days,” said Bob Yawger, director of energy futures at Mizuho. However, prices pared gains after a report showed U.S. energy firms this week increased the number of oil rigs operating for a second week in a row due to concerns that crude supplies will swamp global demand as U.S. output keeps growing from record levels.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Optimism about a U.S.-China trade agreement has helped drive U.S, stocks to tonneau blue mother of pearl cufflinks more than two-month highs, creating a make-or-break moment for Wall Street as a year-long clash between the world’s two largest economies comes to a head, Investors are increasingly hopeful about a positive resolution as a March 1 deadline for trade talks nears, And if the United States and China reach a deal, market professionals say clarity after the lengthy dispute should continue to push shares higher..

“If we do get a China-U.S. solution and trade agreement, which signs are more positive on that front, that could really propel stocks higher because that would give businesses more confidence in the global economy,” said Chris Gaffney, President of World Markets at TIAA Bank in St. Louis. A few market watchers even say the benchmark S&P 500 could exceed its all-time closing high set on Sept. 20, which is about 6 percent above Friday’s level. That would build on the more than 17 percent surge in the S&P 500 since it hit a 20-month low on Dec. 24, when investors were spooked by Federal Reserve policy as their outlook for earnings and economic growth soured.

But stocks would be vulnerable should talks collapse and the United States hike tariffs to 25 percent on $200 billion of Chinese imports, Although investors increasingly believe a more accommodative Fed now provides protection from a drop, some say a significant trade disappointment could send stocks plunging, “If talks fail and additional tariffs are applied, I do believe stocks could fall through their December 24th lows,” said Kristina Hooper, tonneau blue mother of pearl cufflinks chief global market strategist at Invesco in New York..

The drumbeat of global trade developments has convulsed markets since U.S. President Donald Trump announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports a year ago, sparking concerns that a full-blown trade dispute would undermine the global economy. Investors had zeroed in on March 1 as a potential culmination of the U.S.-China dispute since Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping late last year shelved any new tariffs and reset discussions for 90 days. Trump said on Friday he may extend the deadline for a deal while keeping current tariffs in place.

“If it’s a six-month delay, that’s a problem,” tonneau blue mother of pearl cufflinks said Michael O’Rourke, chief market strategist at JonesTrading in Greenwich, Connecticut, “Because then you just leave this issue lingering out there for quite some time.”, Trade talks resume next week in Washington, with both sides saying this week’s negotiations in Beijing made progress, (GRAPHIC: U.S.-China trade dispute vs S&P 500 - tmsnrt.rs/2V2TKIS), Should the countries reach a deal, the size of the market reaction will likely rest on the details of the agreement..



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