Oil Extends Rally as OPEC+ Cuts Set Up Tightest Market in Decade
Oil extended its rally to a 10-month high as production cuts by leaders of the OPEC+ cartel strain global supplies, a setup that’s projected to create the tightest crude market in a decade in the months ahead.
Global benchmark Brent climbed above $92 a barrel, and West Texas Intermediate settled just shy of $89, both fresh highs for the year. The gains are already showing signs of filtering into fuel markets, with US gasoline prices at the highest seasonal levels in a decade and diesel — the global economy’s workhorse fuel — pushing past $1,000 a ton in Europe.
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