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Crude up by $0.72

Posted on: March 06, 2017

Crude bounced back on Friday after the loss incurred Thursday. Prompt futures gained 72 cents after trading in a range of $0.84 and settled at $53.33/bbl. Brent was up by $0.82 and closed at $55.90. Oil prices recovered after news that Libya’s biggest oil port was seized by the Benghazi Defense Brigades. Bloomberg has reported that crude exports from the Es Sider and Ras Lanuf ports have been suspended, with production falling to 650,000 barrels per day.

The number of active rigs in the US rose by 7 according to Baker Hughes.

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