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LONDON (Reuters) – Oil prices rose sharply on Tuesday, driven by a strengthening U.S. dollar, and a strengthening Chinese economy, but they did not make it through the last stage of a slump that has already reached more than 9 percent since December.
FILE PHOTO – A crude crude oil barrel is seen at sunrise in the central city of Bonn, Germany, October 28, 2016. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay/File Photo
The New York Mercantile Exchange’s ICE Futures U.S. Dollar Index .IXGD traded 0.8 percent higher at $45.20 per barrel. [ICE/CNY] It was the biggest one-day move since April 7 and the fourth week-on-week gain of as much as 4 percent – the biggest gain of all times this year.
A strong dollar and strong business sentiments in the United States have helped fuel rising international demand for crude oil over the past year as its price has climbed more than 40 percent.
“It is a good time to keep on the watch, especially for bulls and bearish. On the one hand, this move could signal that the market is ready for a break through low,” said Jim Ritterbusch, chief oil analyst at Wells Fargo in Dallas.
Brent crude futures CLc1 rose $1.18, or 3 percent, to settle at $46.80 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) was unchanged at $43.69.
Investors had started moving to take the break above $50 per barrel earlier this month as a glut of oil was weakening demand and weakening the global energy industry, said Adam Marshall, chief oil analyst at London-based energy consultancy IHS.
The U.S. dollar .DXY fell after U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave a speech in which she reiterated her
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