The previous week saw a 4.09 million barrel increase in oil inventories: API

The API said on Tuesday that although U.S. crude stockpiles increased last week more than anticipated, gasoline inventories decreased, suggesting that refinery activity is still recovering despite rising fuel demand. The U.S. benchmark crude oil futures, WTI Futures, settled down 0.1% at $85.36 a barrel before trading at $85.28 a barrel in response to the…

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Due to the uncertainty surrounding the Israel-Hamas conflict, oil prices have risen

Tuesday’s early Asian trading saw an increase in oil prices as investors maintained their concern that the Israel-Hamas conflict could spread into a larger battle in the oil-exporting area, potentially disrupting supply. Brent crude prices had risen by 70 cents, or 0.8%, to $90.53 per barrel, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures had gained…

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RBI anticipates that the beginning of FY25 will see crude prices at $86 per barrel

The Reserve Bank of India anticipates a little slowdown over the medium term in light of worries regarding the recent spike in global petroleum prices. According to the RBI’s monthly bulletin, the two largest consumers of crude oil, China’s slowing development and the U.S. anticipated drop in fuel consumption, will keep crude prices at $86…

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Concerns about supply after a significant drop in U.S. stock values cause oil prices to increase by 2%

Oil prices increased by about $2 in early trade on Wednesday as industry data revealed a larger-than-anticipated draw in U.S. oil storage and concerns about Middle Eastern supply disruptions as a result of the escalating Israel-Hamas war. The price of Brent crude futures increased $1.62, or 1.8%, to $91.49 a barrel as investors prepared for…

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