Crude oil prices rise slightly after US stocks do not rise as anticipated.

Following significant decreases in fuel supplies and a less-than-expected increase in U.S. crude inventories last week, oil prices increased little on Thursday. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude prices increased by 18 cents to $79.31 a barrel, while Brent crude futures increased by 15 cents to $83.11 a barrel. The benchmarks gained almost 1% on Wednesday…

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When the OPEC+ meeting was rescheduled for November 30, crude oil prices fell

Crude oil prices dropped 1.62% to settle at 6363, which was caused by the OPEC+ meeting being rescheduled for November 30. The delay resulted from Saudi Arabia’s discontent with other members’ production levels, which at first raised concerns about possible supply cuts. Significant news showing a 9 million barrel increase in U.S. crude inventory, over…

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