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Daily (26.04.2018): WTI crude ended 0.5% higher on Wednesday due to geopolitical tensions

Oil prices surged on Wednesday near three-year highs hit in the previous session on geopolitical worries and potential new sanctions against Iran. Brent crude added $0.14, or 0.2%, to close at $74.00 a barrel. WTI futures edged 0.5% higher at $68.05 a barrel.

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Daily (25.04.2018): European carbon prices rose by 2.7% on Tuesday after a stronger auction

Oil prices fell on Tuesday from 3 ½ - year peaks reached the previous session, as increasing U.S. fuel inventories and production pressured an otherwise bullish market. Brent futures lost $0.85, or 1.1%, to close at $73.86. WTI crude dropped by 1.4% to end at $67.70 a barrel.

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Daily (24.04.2018): German spot power contract traded 14.4% higher on Monday due to reduced wind generation

Oil prices soared on Monday to reach new 3.5-year peaks, after Iran tempered hopes that OPEC would extend its production cut agreement and on worries that U.S. sanctions could limit Iran's output. Brent crude added $0.65, or 0.9%, to $74.71 a barrel. WTI futures edged 0.4% higher at $68.64 a barrel.

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Daily (23.04.2018): Oil prices rose by 0.4% to reach almost 3-Year peaks as strong demand reduced supplies

Oil prices were bullish on Friday to hit almost three-year peaks as prolonging OPEC-led supply cuts and strong demand gradually diminished excess supplies. Brent futures added $0.28, or 0.4%, to $74.06 per barrel. WTI crude edged 0.2% higher to $68.40 a barrel. Oil prices were bullish on Friday to hit almost three-year peaks as prolonging OPEC-led supply cuts and strong demand gradually diminished excess supplies. Brent futures added $0.28, or 0.4%, to $74.06 per barrel. WTI crude edged 0.2% higher to $68.40 a barrel.

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Daily (20.04.2018): UK spot gas price surged by 4.5% on expectations of lower flows from Norway

Oil prices continued their bullish trend on Thursday, being backed by steady drawdowns in global supply and Saudi Arabia’s wish to rise more the prices.

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