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Flat opening in oil market with diverging impulses

Crude inventories grow for the first time since May, though an increase in US stockpiles is offset by expected uptick in oil demand.

Photo: VIVEK PRAKASH/REUTERS / X90042

Oil trade kicked off without major fluctuations today, Thursday. An increase in US inventories is offset by an expected boost in global oil demand.

The price thus maintains increases from Wednesday night, writes Reuters.

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