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Global product markets weekly: Gasoline cracks weaken but remain stronger year-on-year

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For the week commencing 13th November refinery margins recovered some of the lost ground from the previous week with the exception of USGC refiners. The Brent crude market experienced a weekly decline for the first time in five weeks which unwound some of the previous gains. The recent surge in oil prices has incentivised some US producers to increase the rig count fuelling expectations of stronger US crude production. Brent prices remain above US$60/bbl amid expectations an OPEC production extension agreement will be reached next week in Vienna. In the slide pack available in the Downloads section weekly changes in prices and refinery margins are presented for six key pricing points around the globe: Northwest Europe Mediterranean US Gulf Coast New York Harbour Middle East Gulf Singapore

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