Bloomberg reports the U.S. Energy Department might state on Wednesday that supplies will climb for the third straight week.
"Demand in the U.S. is still a bit weak," Eliane Tanner, an analyst at Bank Sarasin & Cie. in Zurich, told the news service. "But demand from emerging markets is still strong. From a fundamental point of view the correction was overdone as the supply situation in Middle East-North Africa region is still not resolved, so there's a bit of upside for prices."
At 1:31 p.m. on Tuesday, Brent crude oil futures climbed 0.62 percent, a $0.72 climb to $116.62 per barrel.
"As we continue to expect higher prices near-term, we view the recent dip in oil as short-term buying opportunity," according to analysts led by New York-based head of commodities research Francisco Blanch. "With limited oil supplies and a supportive demand environment in the short-run, Brent crude oil prices should still trade close to an average of $122."
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