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Oil grows though global trade issues cause a dragging effect

Prices of crude climbed today, with WTI gaining past a month of slides, though rises were held back because of the consequences of trade tussles pressuring markets.

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Brent futures went up to $74.42 per barrel, adding 13 cents or 0.2 percent. Brent’s increment of the previous week was 1.7%, producing the first rise in a month.

U.S. WTI rose to $69 for a barrel, 31 cents or 0.5 percent higher compared to the preceding settlement.

WTI’s Friday decline made up 1.3%. April-June growth of the U.S. economy showed the highest rate in close to four years, however Washington-Beijing trade disagreements are still mounting, despite subsiding tensions between the United States and the European Union.


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