Brent rose to 64.60 and the US dollar to 61.74 dollars

Texas-ALSHARQIYA March 4: Oil prices rose for the second consecutive session Thursday after receiving support from the possibility of OPEC producers taking a decision against increasing production at an important meeting to be held later today in addition to the decline in US fuel stocks.
Brent crude futures rose 53 cents to $ 64 and 60 cents a barrel, after rising more than two percent on Wednesday, and West Texas Intermediate crude futures won 46 to close at $ 61 and 74 cents a barrel.


The Iraqi Ministry of Finance issued a clarification on the proposal of its minister

The Parliamentary Finance Committee responded to the statement of the Ministry of Finance

The Arab Parliament rejected any targeted attempts