MarketWatch | Myra Saefong
U.S. prices are beginning to rise with news that U.S.-China tensions are lessening and in anticipation of the EIA Short-Term Outlook coming out this week.
Oil prices settled higher Monday, to recover much of what they lost last week, as U.S.-China tensions appeared to ease. On Monday, crude oil tracked global stock prices higher on signs over the weekend that President Donald Trump’s administration may be softening its stance in the trade spat with China, though remarks from China’s foreign ministry and a tweet from Trump suggest the dispute could easily heat up again.
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