U.S. oil hits most astounding in over a month in the midst of Gulf of Mexico storm, Iran pressures
Oil fates hit a six-week high on Thursday as oil fixes in the Gulf of Mexico were cleared in front of a tempest, while an episode with a British tanker in the Middle East featured continuous pressures in the district.
Brent rough fates turned around early misfortunes and were up 36 pennies, or 0.5%, at $67.37 a barrel by 0643 GMT. Prior in the session, they hit their most noteworthy since May 30 at $67.39, in the wake of completion Wednesday up 4.4%.
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