Oil rises marginally in the midst of U.S. antibody rollout, Middle East pressure


Oil costs rose marginally on Monday on optimism over the speed of Covid inoculations in the United States and after the Yemen-based Houthi movement said it fired rockets on Saudi oil sites. Crude costs have remained rangebound in the previous three weeks, as developing expectations for surging U.S. economic action are balanced by the slow…

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