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Crude Oil - Weekly report from January 19 to 23...

Oil prices rose sharply on Friday, after the positive comments made by the International Energy Agency, which helped ease concerns about the global supply glut.

On the New York Mercantile Exchange, crude oil delivery rose in February by 2.44 Eu 5.28%, on Friday to end the week at $ 48.69 a barrel.

On the previous day, in the NYMEX oil fell 2.23, or 4.6%, to close at $ 46.25 a barrel, touched ore prices West Texas Intermediate 44.20 on Tuesday, the lowest price since March 2009.

For the week, oil futures traded in New York rose up 33 cents, or 0.67%, a weekly gain in eight weeks.

Elsewhere, in the ICE Futures Exchange in London, Brent Salim March oil rose 1.90, or 3.94%, to close at US $ 15.17 a barrel.

On Thursday, Brent fell rolling in London by, 1.95, or 3.19%, to close at 48.27 cents to hit 45.19 dollars a barrel on Tuesday, the lowest price since April 2009.

In the week, Brent oil delivery rose in February by 6 cents, or 0.11% to close seven consecutive weeks of losses.

At the same time, the difference between the Brent crude oil contracts for West Texas Intermediate reached $ 1.48 a barrel at the close of trade on Friday, compared with $ 1.75 in the previous week.

The lowered International Energy Agency forecast for an increase in oil supply this year by 350 thousand barrels per day, amid signs that the decline in prices began to reduce production in some regions, including North America.

The agency said in its monthly report that "the recovery of prices, will prevent the existence of any disorder was it clear this matter soon, but there are signs that there is a change in the price of oil will happen.

He said the industry research group Baker Hughes on Friday that the number of rigs Tguib for oil in the United States fell by 55 last week to 1,366, the lowest level since October / October 2013.

The number of oil rigs has dropped 11 to 14 in the last few weeks since hitting record of $ 1,609 per barrel in mid-October.

Traded in London, Brent prices have fallen by 60% since June, when it rose near US $ 116 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate crude fell by 58% of the recent rise of $ 107.50 a barrel in June / June

Concerns about weak global demand has affected along with indications that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will cut production in the market to support prices in recent months, which led to the decline in prices.

At the same time, increased supplies of crude oil and oil shale in North America to create abundance in the global markets.

Elsewhere, gold rose to its highest level in more than four months on Friday, as demand for safe-haven assets boosted amid turmoil in the currency market after the sudden policy of the Swiss National Bank to unlink its currency against the euro decision.

The EUR / CHF to close the week losses by 17%, while the dollar / franc more than 15% decline in losses.

The dollar index, which measures the strength of the dollar against a basket of six major currencies rose, to achieve gains fifth consecutive weekly.

And strengthened the difference in monetary policy between the Fed, which is preparing to raise interest rates and central banks in Europe and Japan than the dollar value of widely in recent months position.

The euro fell to its lowest level since November / Novmberna 2003 against the dollar amid growing expectations that the European Central Bank will be the implementation of further monetary Altseiel measures as soon as in the next monetary policy meeting January 22 / January

This week, investors awaited the outcome of the policy meeting of the European Central Bank on Thursday next journalist who followed with Central Bank Governor Mario Draghi and the Conference.

Later this week, traders awaited a slew of Chinese economic data, including reports on the gross domestic product in the fourth quarter, as well as data on industrial production and retail sales.