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On Wednesday, WTI crude oil prices continue their upward climb on the back of a higher than expected drop in US crude inventories. Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices slipped lower on Thursday following the release of the API report which revealed an unexpected build in US crude.. Full Article

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Early on Wednesday, WTI crude oil prices are climbing following the release of the API report in the previous session. Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices are edging slightly higher following the release of the API report on Tuesday. The most recent report by the API report Full Article

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WTI crude oil's bearishness continues into Wednesday after the API report from the previous day showed an unexpected build in US crude ... Full Article

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As the trade war between US and China continues to heat up, WTI crude oil prices continue to decline. Full Article

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Early on Tuesday morning, WTI crude oil prices have climbed slightly higher, but the US-China trade war continues to weigh on oil markets. Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices continued their upward climb for a fifth consecutive day on Wednesday over a bigger than expected drop in US crude... Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices climbed more than 1% higher early on Wednesday after the API report revealed that US crude stockpiles fell by more than Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices climbed over 1% higher after the release of the API report the previous day showed a decline in US crude stockpiles. Full Article

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WTI crude oil prices fell by over 1% on Wednesday, touching $52.44 per barrel at the time of writing despite OPEC agreeing to supply cuts.. Full Article

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On Wednesday, the crude oil prices slipped to $63.08 after a rise in the API crude inventories. At the same time, the escalating crisis in.. Full Article

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Oil prices slid slightly on Wednesday after a report eased concerns about tightening output. Putting a rally that took crude oil price to... Full Article

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OPEC’s biggest producer Saudi Arabia would require oil prices at $80-$85 per barrel to balance its 2019 budget. Brace for buy signal. Full Article

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China, the world second biggest economy, has more to lose if they fail to keep tariffs on hold. How this can impact oil? Find out... Full Article

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