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Oil prices have risen. That's making gas more expensive for US drivers and helping Russia's war

  • The recent rise in oil prices, driven by Saudi Arabia's decision to cut back on oil exports, has resulted in higher prices for gasoline and diesel. This has led to concerns about central banks raising interest rates or maintaining higher rates for longer periods of time.
  • The increase in oil prices is driven by both an increase in demand for fuel due to rebounding travel after the COVID-19 pandemic and weak growth in China and Europe. Financial speculation is also contributing to the rise in oil prices.
  • The rise in oil prices is affecting various sectors, including refineries facing shortages of the specific kinds of crude oil needed for diesel production and farmers who rely on diesel for their operations. Additionally, Russia's decision to halt the export of refined oil products is further tightening the diesel supply.
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