Oil prices fell slightly on Friday morning, but are still set for a strong week.
Investors piled into oil futures and related stocks earlier this week when Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ (Opec) revealed a deal to cut production by 1.2m barrels a day.
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This marked the Opec's first production cut agreement since 2008.
Brent crude futures for January were down 81 cents, or 1.5 per cent, to $50.41 a barrel shortly before 12pm UK time on Friday, according to Investing.com.
Investors might not be too worried, though, with prices up from $45.23 on Tuesday.
“Oil prices are truly on course for a recovery, with prices now having reached a solid $54 backed by the first coordinated action by the Opec members in eight years,” said Mihir Kapadia, chief executive and founder of Sun Global Investments.
“It has definitely set a new price outlook for the commodity. The longer term impact on oil price will depend on the implementation of the accord and discipline in sticking to the accord.”