There we were, debating which design project to feature today. “My this hotel identity looks very smart.” “Hmm, this is rather a lot of packaging trouble to go to for a pair of sunglasses…” And then we took one look at this vibrant Alice Cooper screen print by Mama’s Sauce and shouted “Done!” Created by former Rue Morgue magazine art director and cover artist Gary Pullin, this piece embodies everything we love about genre posters today: shockingly vivid colors, keen attention to detail, and frenetic line work that practically leaps off the page.
Futures were little changed in New York, up more than 9 percent in September. OPEC and the International Energy Agency this month boosted demand forecasts, signaling the surplus that has weighed on prices may shrink further. Iraq said Thursday that Turkey agreed to deal exclusively with its government over exports of Kurdish crude, a step that could disrupt shipments from the region that this week voted overwhelmingly for independence from Baghdad.
Oil this week returned to a bull market on signs the persistent crude surplus was finally starting to shrink, while Trafigura Group and Citigroup Inc. warned of the potential for a further supply squeeze in 2018. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and Russia have hailed the success of their agreement to cut production and urged their allies to stay focused on finishing the job. U.S. Gulf Coast refiners restarted after last month’s hurricanes.
Prices rose sharply “as traders anticipated renewed demand from U.S. refiners resuming operations after shutdowns due to Hurricane Harvey,” analysts including Ashley Kelty at Cenkos Securities Plc wrote in a note. Futures also gained as producers indicated “they will stick with output cuts to limit supply,” they said.
West Texas Intermediate for November delivery was at $51.54 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange, down 2 cents, at 10:40 a.m. in London. Total volume traded was about 32 percent below the 100-day average. Prices lost 58 cents to close at $51.56 on Thursday, and are up 12 percent this quarter, set for the biggest quarterly advance in more than a year.
Brent for November settlement, which expires Friday, was up 0.2 percent, or 14 cents, at $57.55 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange after falling 0.9 percent on Thursday. Prices are up 10 percent this month and 20 percent this quarter. The global benchmark crude traded at a premium of $6.01 to WTI.
more at: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-09-28/oil-set-for-best-monthly-gain-since-april-2016-on-demand-outlook