The price of US crude to be delivered in May has crawled up again after Monday's historic drop, which saw the US market collapsing completely.
For the first time ever, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) oil was trading at a negative price, USD -37.63, which was a drop by 306 percent. On Tuesday, the price has climbed again, now trading at USD 1.76 per barrel, according to Reuters.
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