Crude oil futures rise Rs 49 to Rs 4,211 per barrel
Analysts said fresh bets created by participants kept crude prices higher in futures trade.
Crude oil futures slip on subdued global cues
West Texas Intermediate crude oil traded 0.58 per cent lower at $58.20 per barrel.
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Oil prices fall nearly 1% as supply concerns ease
West Texas Intermediate crude was down 42 cents, or 0.7 per cent, at $58.12 a barrel.
Oil rises as Libya declares force majeure in oilfields
Brent crude was up 59 cents, or 0.9%, at $65.44 by 1442 GMT, having earlier touched $66 a barrel, its highest since Jan. 9.
Oil drops on concerns that US-China trade deal may not stoke demand
Brent crude was down 16 cents, or 0.3 per cent, at $64.33 per barrel
Oil surges as Libyan pipeline shutdown cripples output
West Texas Intermediate contract was up by 60 cents, or 1 per cent, at $59.14 a barrel, after rising to $59.73, the highest since Jan. 10.
Asia shares camp on high ground, oil up on Libya shutdown
Early turnover in Asian shares was light with US stock and bond markets closed for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Crude oil futures slip Rs 12 to Rs 4,190 per barrel
West Texas Intermediate crude oil was trading 0.22 per cent higher at $59.17 per barrel.
Crude oil futures slip on weak domestic cues
Crude oil for February delivery was quoting lower by Rs 7, or 0.17 per cent.
Tension but no shock on oil market: IEA
It said ample production elsewhere mean the world is relatively well placed to react to a crisis.
Oil prices to stay around $60 a barrel as there is a huge surplus in market: Fatih Birol, IEA
The Iranian General was killed in Iraq this week but oil prices are still around $60! In the past, if just only of these things had happened, we would have seen oil prices skyrocketing. The only one reason why prices do not change or remain around $60 is because there is a huge amount of surplus oil in the market.
Oil ends week steady as China growth offsets trade deal optimism
Brent crude futures were up 44 cents at $65.06 by 1014 GMT.
Oil steady as sluggish China growth offsets trade deal optimism
Brent crude futures inched down 4 cents to $64.58 by 0615 GMT.
Opec raises oil demand outlook for 2020
Opec raised overall 2020 oil demand growth outlook by 0.14 million bpd to 1.22 million bpd.
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