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Oil prices firmed on Friday as market sentiment was lifted by a report that OPEC could extend production cuts in order to have a significant impact on a global fuel oversupply.

Brent crude futures traded up 8 cents from their last settlement at $55.73 per barrel. Meanwhile, U.S. WTI crude futures rose 7 cents at $53.43 per barrel.

The producer cartel and other producers have reached an accord last year to lower their production by the first half of the year, and have managed to have around 90% compliance rate of the agreed upon 1.8 million bpd cut. The reductions were made to curb the oil glut that has persisted in oil markets since 2014.

Still, inventories continued to swell and supplies high despite these actions, particularly in the U.S. Last week, crude inventories surged by 9.5 million barrels, almost threefold of analysts estimate. Gasoline stocks added 2.8 million bpd during the same period, contrary to the seen 752, 000 barrel decline.

In order to further aid in rebalancing the market, OPEC sources told Reuters that the pact could be extended if all major exporters fully complied to the agreement. Traders stated that until more details regarding a possible extension of production cuts was attained, oil prices' gains would be limited.

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U.S. government bond prices strengthened on Tuesday as investors expect inflation to remain soft as the Federal Reserve hikes rates.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was at 2.361 percent from 2.370 percent on Monday.

The yield on the two-year note last stood at 1.773 percent, higher from 1.754 percent on Monday. Its gap with the 10-year yield was reduced to 0.588 percentage point from 0.782 percentage point at the end of October.

With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, several traders said they didn't expect a major move in the Treasurys market this week, though light trading volumes could occasionally lead to small, sudden changes in yields.

Several investors and analysts see the possibility of Treasury yields increasing if Congress passes the tax bill, partly due to legislation under consideration which would add to the federal budget deficit.

Investors also expect little risk of rising inflation and have higher expectations that the Fed will keep hiking interest rates.

2017.11.22 01:51:00 UTC+00

Wall Street Gains as Tech Rallies

U.S. stocks advanced to record peaks on Tuesday as a rally in tech boosted the wider market.

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 0.69 percent to 23,590.83, a record. Apple climbed 1.9 percent and was the best-performing stock on the 30-stock index.

The S&P 500 increased 0.7 percent to 2,599.03, an all-time peak, with information technology as the best-performing sector. The index also broke above 2,600 for the first time during the session.

The Nasdaq composite climbed 1.1 percent to an all-time peak of 6,862.48. Large-cap tech stocks like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet all ended higher, along with the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF.

Healthcare stocks also advanced following bullish results from medical device maker Medtronic, whose shares climbed 4.8 percent after the firm posted better-than-expected results and showed support for its full-year forecast.

The S&P technology index rose 1.2 percent, buoyed by an almost 1.9 percent gain in Apple. The index has increased 38.6 percent in 2017, by far more than any other sector.

Goldman Sachs improved its earnings estimate for S&P 500 firms in 2018 and 2019 based on expectations of U.S. corporate tax reform, above-trend global and U.S. economic expansion and gradual rising interest rates from a low base.

European equities closed higher on Tuesday as investors brushed off concerns regarding the possibility of a new election in Germany.

The pan-European Stoxx 600 rallied in the afternoon, ending 0.42 percent higher with all but five sectors finishing in the green.

The U.K.'s FTSE 100 rose 0.3 percent and France's CAC 40 climbed 0.48 percent. In Germany, the threat of new elections did not impede investor bullishness and the DAX advanced 0.83 percent.

Autos led advances and was among the best performing, lifted by earnings.

Volkswagen gained three percent on a higher mid-term outlook for group profit and sales. Porsche, which is owned by Volkswagen, also climbed 2.79 percent, while other German car companies also moved higher.

Consumer staples drove the strongest gains in the FTSE, as tobacco company Imperial Brands rose 3.5 percent while investors bet on a possible bid from Japan Tobacco Inc after the Japanese firm named a new chief executive ardent on going after more foreign acquisitions.

EasyJet was at the top of the European benchmark, gaining over five percent following its full-year results. The airline highlighted an upbeat start to its new fiscal year. The news helped push other airlines higher, which includes Ryanair and International Airlines Group.


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