NEW YORK -Oil costs rose over 2 p.c on Tuesday from nine-month lows a day earlier, supported by provide curbs within the U.S. Gulf of Mexico forward of Hurricane Ian and an easing within the U.S. greenback from its strongest stage in twenty years.
Costs additionally drew help from analyst expectations of attainable provide cuts from the Group of the Petroleum Exporting International locations and allies (OPEC+), which is to fulfill to set coverage on Oct. 5.
Brent crude settled at $86.27 a barrel, up $2.21, or 2.6 p.c, having fallen as little as $83.65 within the earlier session, the bottom since January. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude settled at $78.50, up $1.79, or 2.3 p.c.
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