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U.S. Gasoline Prices Climb Despite Inventory Builds

Crude oil prices are set to finish off the week in the green on hopes that China’s zero-Covid policy shedding will mean a boost in economic growth and oil demand—and it’s carrying gasoline prices right along with it. Brent crude oil was trading up 0.51% on the day at 8:36 am ET at $86.58 per barrel—up from $85.53 this time last week, even as U.S. crude oil inventories saw a second week of large gains. The U.S. crude oil benchmark WTI was also trading up 0.50% at $80.85 per barrel, up from $80.20 this time last week. Traders…For Feedback and Comment, write to us on hello@newswire.ae

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