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US markets may rebalance faster than expected

Brent futures prices recovered as of early Wednesday, at 68.8 $/b as the API survey showed a surprise draw in crude oil stocks, demonstrating a faster rebalancing of the US crude market. Japanese weekly statistics showed a continued recovery in refining runs. Imports were likely up as commercial crude stocks rose by 1 mb. European and Asian middle distillate cracks continued to edge lower, pushing refining margins at concerning levels. 

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