Pressured by a stronger dollar, crude oil prices marginally declined

Crude oil prices dropped by -0.75% yesterday, finishing at 6771, under pressure from a stronger dollar and investor expectations for the release of new U.S. inflation data soon. Notwithstanding this downturn, worries about disruptions to the oil supply persisted due to geopolitical tensions in the Middle East, specifically Israeli incursions into Gaza and worries about…

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Rising Chinese Imports and Falling Inventories Caused Crude Oil Prices to Soar

The world’s top oil-consuming countries, China, and the United States both have rising crude oil stockpiles and exports, which has caused a slight increase in crude prices yesterday, which ended at 6606 due to positive demand outlooks. A report by the Energy Information Administration showed that U.S. oil stocks had dropped by 1.4 million barrels…

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Crude Oil Prices Increase on the Backs of Tighter Market Predictions from the IEA

Yesterday, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) most recent oil market report, which highlighted disruptions in the Red Sea region and presented a more positive picture for demand growth, caused crude oil to see a notable jump of 2.48%, closing at 6,742. To boost market optimism, the IEA revised its demand growth predictions for 2024 and…

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