03.15AM IST | 18 Sep, 2019
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Brent crude was down $3.72, or 5.4%, at $65.30 a barrel by 1350 GMT. West Texas Intermediate was down $2.40, or 3.8%, at $60.50 a barrel.
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Oil prices, which had soared almost 20% on Monday, fell sharply on Tuesday.
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Crude oil benchmark, Brent futures, surged by almost 20 per cent to $71.95 per barrel on Monday.
17 Sep, 2019, 02.43 PM
Coriander futures traded 0.3 per cent higher at Rs 6,060 per quintal in futures market on Tuesday as participants built fresh positions.
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Meanwhile, West Texas Intermediate was down 0.89 per cent at $62.34
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International prices of petrol and diesel also soared, and if they stay that way, domestic fuel rates could go up.
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West Texas Intermediate was down 82 cents, or 1.3 per cent, at $62.08 a barrel.
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On Friday, top 10 clients on the short side cumulatively held a whopping 13.7 lakh barrels.
16 Sep, 2019, 09.37 PM
Oil surged on Monday to almost $72 a barrel, posting its biggest intra-day percentage gain since the Gulf War in 1991.
16 Sep, 2019, 09.49 PM
Consumers in both North East Asia and India hold adequate reserves to cover any shortages.
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