Following the OPEC+ decision to put off a supply increase until April, oil prices rallied to the fresh high since early 2020 on late Thursday.
The same pushed global bankers, including top-notch firms like Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, to revise up their oil forecasts.
Goldman Sachs added $5 to its predictions for Q2 and Q3 2021 Brent prices, resulting in the $75 per barrel and $80 per barrel fresh levels.
JP Morgan, on the other hand, seems less bullish while adding $2-3 to 2021, 2022 predictions, respectively around $67 and $74 at the latest.
That said, the oil benchmark currently stays bid near $67.45, closer to the multi-month top marked the previous day.
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