Oil hits USD 50, but Credit Suisse is slashing its forecast

Saudi Arabia has given the oil price a boost over the past few days, yet Credit Suisse is not positive about the future and is slashing USD 5 from its 2020 forecast.

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The oil price jumped after Saudi Arabia's energy minster, Khalid Al Falih, pledged Monday to cap the export of oil from next month, so that the country will export a maximum of 6.6 million barrels per day.

The US WTI-oil traded Wednesday morning at USD 48.377 against USD 45.75 Monday morning, while European Brent oil traded at USD 50.59 against USD 48.05 Monday morning.

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