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OPEC prices rise to more than 61 dollars a barrel

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OPEC prices rise to more than 61 dollars a barrel

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:53 pm

OPEC prices rise to more than 61 dollars a barrel



Wednesday, November 8

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
rose OPEC basket prices, Wednesday, to more than $ 61 per barrel.

The Organization said in a statement received Alsumaria News copy of it that "the price of OPEC basket of fourteen barrels of crude amounted to 61.05 dollars a barrel."

"The price rose compared to the price of the Organization last Friday, which amounted to 59.15 dollars, according to calculations of the Secretariat of OPEC."

The OPEC cartel consists of the following: Sahara (Algeria), Gerasol (Angola), Orient (Ecuador), Zaviro (Equatorial Guinea), Rabi Lit (Gabon), Iran Iran ), Kuwait Express (Kuwait), Cedar (Libya), Bonnie Light (Nigeria), Qatar Marine (Qatar), Light Arabia (Saudi Arabia), Morban (United Arab Emirates) and Miri (Venezuela).

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