Oil prices are edging lower on Thursday morning on an unexpectedly high 7.1m bbl rise in US crude oil inventories and talks by key oil consuming nations about releasing oil from strategic reserves.
The May contract for Brent North Sea crude oil was last seen changing hands USD 0.15 weaker at USD 124.01/bbl on the Ice platform, after falling USD 1.38 in the previous session.
On Nymex, the WTI May contract was last seen at USD 105.14/bbl, down USD 0.27.
Current concerns over the prospects of the US and some European nations of releasing oil from strategic
Donnerstag, 29.03.2012, 08:17 Uhr
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