Crude Oil Prices Rise on Renewed Optimism

Investing.com – Crude oil prices rose on Friday, helped by a weak U.S. dollar and by hopes for further efforts to limit global oil output. The U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude March contract was up 43 cents or about 0.72% at $61.78 a barrel by 04:05 a.m. ET (08:05 GMT), the highest since February 8.

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