Crude oil futures were lower during the European morning session Tuesday, as expectations of a rise in US stocks and OPEC’s increased production muted Monday’s bullishness caused by supply concerns and a new trade deal between the US, Canada, and Mexico. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now At 0925 GMT Tuesday, the December ICE Brent crude futures contract was down $0.36/b from Monday’s settle at $84.62/b, while the NYMEX November light sweet crude contract was up just $0.03/b at $75.33/b. The American Petroleum Institute is set to release weekly inventory data later Tuesday, with the market predicting a build. US commercial crude inventories were expected to have risen 2.76 million barrels in the week ended September 28, according to analysts surveyed by S&P Global Platts. This was mainly due to a decline in US refinery utilization, which analysts expected to have […]