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Oil up more than 2% as weaker dollar offsets China COVID-19 concerns

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Oil prices rose on Tuesday, recouping losses from the previous session, as a weaker U.S. dollar offset widening COVID-19 curbs in China that have stoked fears of slowing fuel demand in the world's second-largest oil consumer.
Published 3 months ago · New York, United States

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Oil up more than 1% as weaker dollar offsets China COVID-19 concerns

Oil prices rose more than 1% on Tuesday, paring losses from the previous session, as a weaker U.S. dollar offset widening COVID-19 curbs in China that have stoked fears of slowing fuel demand in the world's second-largest oil consumer.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Oil up more than 2% as weaker dollar offsets China COVID-19 concerns

Oil prices rose on Tuesday, paring losses from the previous session, as a weaker U.S. dollar offset widening Covid-19 curbs in China.

3 months ago·United States
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Oil prices edge lower as China COVID-19 woes dampen demand

SINGAPORE : Oil prices inched lower on Tuesday, extending losses of 1 per cent from the previous session as more extensive COVID-19 curbs in China increased fears of slowing fuel demand in the world's second-largest oil consumer. Brent crude for January delivery was down 4 cents at $92.77 a barrel at 0112

3 months ago·Singapore
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Oil prices rise as weaker dollar offsets China COVID-19 concerns

SINGAPORE -- Oil prices rose on Tuesday, paring losses from the previous session, as a weaker U.S. dollar offset widening COVID-19 curbs in China that have stoked fears of slowing fuel demand in the world's second-largest oil consumer. Read More

3 months ago·Canada
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Oil prices edge lower as China COVID-19 woes dampen demand

COVID-19 curbs in China raises fears of slowing fuel demand

3 months ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Oil up more than 2% as weaker dollar offsets China COVID-19 concerns

By Rowena EdwardsLONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices rose on Tuesday, recouping losses from the previous session, as a weaker U.S. dollar offset widening COVID-19 curbs in China that have stoked fears of slowing fuel demand in the world’s second-largest oil consumer.Brent crude for January delivery rose $1.95, or 2.1%, to $94.76 per barrel at 1224 GMT. The December contract expired on Monday at $94.83 a barrel, down 1%.U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI…

3 months ago·San Diego, United States
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