Crude oil prices fall, as OPEC+ meet today


Crude Oil prices fell Wednesday morning at London’s trading session.

This is coming after the growing concerns over energy demand from the world’s biggest economy, amid delayed talks on the post-COVID-19 economic stimulus package.

With Crude oil traders keeping one eye on a key OPEC+ meeting scheduled later today, Brent crude futures dropped about 0.75% to trade at $45.12 a barrel as of 05.37 am GMT. Similarly, the West Texas Intermediate futures also lost about 0.61% to trade at $42.63 per barrel.

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