Oil prices increased on U.S. crude stockpile draw

Energy prices raised up on Thursday on a regular U.S. crude stockpile reduction which came in 3 times the level previously expected. WTI Futures added 0,3% and surpassed $56. At the same time, Brent Oil Futures gained 0,2% to $63,31. The U.S. Energy Information Administration reported crude reserves reduced by 10,84 million barrels for the week to July 19. The analysts’ forecast was only 4 million barrels. The organization also reported the gasoline inventories reduction by 226 thousand barrels. The forecast was the figure decline to 499 thousand barrels.

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