ANS closes above $70
OPEC+ sticks to 350,000 bpd increase in June citing China and US recovery
Alaska North Slope crude closed above the psychologically important $70 per barrel mark June 2 for the first time since the pandemic hit, notching a new post-COVID high of $70.55, a gain of 92 cents. Brent closed at $71.55, a gain of $1.10, and West Texas Intermediate closed at $68.83, up $1.11.
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China, US lead recovery
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Bullish Bank of America
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