quinta-feira, 12 de abril, 2018

Oil prices hit by concerns the maximum missile since 2014

NEW YORK (Reuters)-oil prices jumped on Wednesday, reaching their maximum levels in more than three years, after which the Saudi Arabia reported to have intercepted missiles in Riyadh and the President of the United States, Donald Trump, warned Russia on imminent military action in Syria. The oil of the United States and the global reference Brent were traded in their highest levels from 2014, as geopolitical concerns overshadowed a surprising increase in u.s. oil stocks. "A stockpile report bass player was quickly denied by the news intercepted rockets in Riad, which only stirs up the recent increase in geopolitical tensions," said Anthony Headrick, energy market analyst of CHS Hedging LLC. Prices began the rally with your threat of Trump of launch missiles in Syria. Washington and its allies are considering air strikes after suspected poison gas attack last week. Oil climbed even more with the announcement of the station Al Arabiya that air defence forces of Saudi Arabia intercepted missiles on the capital Riyadh. Brent oil closed at a high of 1.02 dollar on the day, closing at $72.06 a barrel, having touched the maximum of $73.09. U.s. crude oil (WTI) rose 1.31 dollars, settling at 66.82 dollars a barrel, 2% gain, having been traded to the maximum of $67.45.
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