Sputnik news is out with the latest comments from the Iranian President Rouhani, as he says that Iran is open for talks if the US lifts sanctions.
Rouhani said: "If they are prepared to put aside the sanctions, we are ready to talk and negotiate, even at the level of heads of the 5+1 countries".
The above comments seem to have a little impact the oil market, as traders are used this rhetoric from Iran. Both crude benchmarks trade with moderate gains despite trade tensions, as they remain hopeful that the OPEC+ will extend the output cuts at least until June 2020 when it meets later this week.
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