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US policy pressures on oil prices shift as inventories reach a new norm

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Listen: US policy pressures on oil prices shift as inventories reach a new norm

How much of an impact are President Donald Trump's policies having on day-to-day trading within oil markets? And what about future regulations? Brian Scheid has a conversation with the S&P Global Platts oil futures team: Geoffrey Craig, Jack Laursen and Jeff Mower. They discuss where oil prices are going and what's driving them, what kind of policies could have the same impact as the lifting of US crude export restrictions and whether high inventories signal a new normal.

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