West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude, which operates on the New York futures market (Nymex), advanced 0.04% this morning and was trading at US$ 70.90 a barrel in contracts with delivery in June.
Similarly, Brent oil from the North Sea, which is listed on the London electronic market (ICE) lost 0.07% and a barrel was agreed at US$ 74.93 but in contracts for July, according to as reported by the Bloomberg agency.
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Meanwhile, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) reported that its crude basket closed yesterday at US$76.69 a barrel, compared to US$76.60 the day before, which represented an increase of 0. eleven%.
With information from Telam
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