Oil returns to rise towards $ 72, supported by the OPEC plan

Texas-ALSHARQIYA  June 4: Oil rose towards $ 72 a barrel today, Friday, to trade near its highest levels in two years, as the OPEC + plan on supplies and the recovery of demand overshadowed concerns about the irregular activity of vaccinations against Covid-19 globally.

 Brent crude rose 33 cents to $71 and 64 cents a barrel, and yesterday it reached $71 and 99 cents, its highest level since May 2019.

 And US crude rose 22 cents to 69 dollars and three cents a barrel.


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