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As the August rally lost momentum, oil prices jumped higher on Tuesday despite the low trading volumes. The crude hovered around $47 to $50 a barrel and the October contract for global benchmark Brent LCOV6 was up 0.35% at $49.43 a barrel, while the US counterpart West Texas Intermediate CLV6 was up 0.4% at $47.17 a barrel. 402 more words
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Following a figure by Baker Hughes, on Friday for the first time from 9 weeks the rig count has not increased, and despite this both Oil benchmarks on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean has decreased. 152 more words