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Last updated: 13 Sep, 2018  

OPEC.9.THmb.jpg OPEC crude basket rises to $76.02

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IANS | 13 Sep, 2018
The basket of crude oil used as a benchmark indicator by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries increased to $76.02, the OPEC Secretariat said here on Wednesday.

The OPEC said the price of its basket went up by $0.82 on Tuesday, compared with the closing price at the previous session, Efe news reported.

The November delivery of Brent crude opened at $79.44 per barrel at the start of Wednesday's trading on the futures market, a 0.44 per cent increase since the previous session's close.
 
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