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Oil with weekly plus

Crude oil goes a little weaker into the weekend, but in summary, the week can be closed with a plus. Brent crude oil loses 0.99% today to $74.87. Over the week, the evening in Asia at 9:45 PM (GMT+7) is…

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Crude oil slightly weaker on Thursday

The oil price was slightly weaker on Thursday evening Asia time. U.S. crude oil inventories have declined further than previously expected. Brent crude oil was up 12 cents, or 0.2%, at 10:05 p.m. ET by 12 cents, or 0.2%, to…

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EU pledges €4 billion to poor countries ahead of COP26

EU pledges €4 billion for international climate finance. On Wednesday, the European Union pledged to help poor countries combat climate change with an additional 4 billion euros by 2027. The EU is pressing for adjustments because of the impact and…

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Stock markets were strong while gold weakened

The gold price fell below $ 1,800 last night (September 15). After the US stock market had risen sharply. This caused investors to prefer to put their money in equities. Gold futures fell $12.3, or 0.68%, to $1,794.81 Silver contracts…

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Crude oil rises after inventories surprise

Crude oil prices made decent gains late this evening in Asia (GMT+7) after the IEA released data on crude oil inventories of the last week. Brent crude oil rose 2.96% to $76.12 a barrel. That’s a gain of $2.19. WTI…

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Storm season swirls up oil prices

Both Brent and WTI futures contracts are above $70. According to the data, crude oil inventories in the U.S. increased by 5.437 million barrels, above expectations of 3.903 million barrels. It is hoped that the vaccination rate will contribute to…

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Weak CPI Supports Gold Prices

The gold price closed above the $ 1,800 mark yesterday evening (September 14). After the U.S. Department of Labor released consumer price index (CPI) figures that were lower than analysts had expected. This led investors to expect that the Fed…

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