Oil climbed the most since May in New York, rallying in tandem with equity markets on optimism over the potential for more U.S. fiscal relief that could provide a sorely needed boost to energy demand. WTI advanced 5.9%. Saudi Arabia’s Finance Ministry is budgeting for oil prices to be around $50/bbl for the next three years, according to a Goldman Sachs analysis of the kingdom’s fiscal plans. Goldman is itself more bullish, forecasting that Brent will climb to $65 by the end of 2021. Good news for President’s Trump health and hope for a new stimulus package, provide significant support for oil prices.