Basra Light crude reaches $73.20 a barrel

Basra-ALsharqiya June 20: The price of Basra Light crude reached $73.20 a barrel, recording the highest price of oil in OPEC. The prices of Basra Light crude, exported to Asia, recorded $73.20 a barrel, an increase of 0.51 percent, while Basra Heavy crude fell to $68.46 a barrel, up by 2 percent. Global oil prices rose after Brent crude closed at $73.51, and West Texas crude closed at $71.64 a barrel.


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