Crude prices extend on advances during Asia trade with WTI up about USD 0.80/bbl, while Brent crude futures broke above USD 63/bbl

Analysis details (01:46)

- No immediate news catalyst observed behind the support, which looks to just be a continuation of the prior day's gains and after the latest API crude inventory report showed a larger than expected drawdown in crude stockpiles which was also the biggest draw in 3 months.

22 Nov 2017 - 01:42- Energy- Source: RANsquawk

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