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Brent Oil and WTi crude oil traded lower on Wednesday in reaction to industry data that showed a huge build in U.S. crude stockpiles that started the day at a record high.Brent Crude was down 12 cents at $36.69 a barrel. On Tuesday, the market settle up 24 cents after touching $37.25, the highest level since January 5. WTI Crude was down 40 cents at $34 a barrel.


Oil prices slid further on Wednesday after Saudi Arabia dismissed the possibility of a production cut and traders expected another increase in U.S. oil stockpiles.

Brent crude LCO6J -2.16% on London’s ICE Futures exchange fell $0.79, or 2.4%, to $32.47 a barrel. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, sweet crude futures for delivery in April CL6J -2.95% traded down 2.4, or $0.80, at $30.75 a barrel. Both benchmarks lost more than 4% on Tuesday.


The downside momentum in the sterling is now picking up further pace, dragging GBP/USD to the 1.3930 area.

GBP/USD in fresh multi-year lows

Spot has deepened further into the negative territory today, navigating levels last seen in March 2009 around 1.3930 following a pick up in the demand for the greenback, which has leaped to daily highs when measured by the US Dollar Index.