The Future of the Crude Oil Market

Brent crude, the global benchmark settled up for $1.02 or 1.3% which made it cost $80 per barrel. Reports suggest that this settlement leveled them to where they were back in November. When reports of the new Omicron virus first appeared, the prices saw a 10% decline on the same day.




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