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Watch: Market Movers Asia, Sep 9-13: Saudi Arabia replaces energy minister; APPEC 2019 kicks off in Singapore

The highlights in Asia this week, with S&P Global Platts senior editor for bunker fuels Surabhi Sahu: oil market to watch for any change in Saudi Arabia's policy after it replaced its energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, with Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, a son of the king and a veteran OPEC insider. The crude oil and bunker fuel markets are also in focus as the 35th Asia Pacific Petroleum Conference, or APPEC, kicks off in Singapore, and following Platts' announcement on launching price assessments for WTI Midland cargoes. In other commodities, the Asian corn market is seeking price direction from the USDA's new crop year harvest report, while the steel market is looking at India's latest steel data for signs of a recovery.

Related subscriber note: Platts to launch spot assessments of WTI Midland DES Singapore, N Asia