Oil slightly higher as OPEC+ awaited, Black Sea storm disrupts supply

Tokyo, Nov. 29 (BNA): Oil edged higher on Wednesday as investors turned cautious ahead of a crucial OPEC+ meeting to decide output policy in the coming months, while a supply disruption caused by a storm in the Black Sea provided a lift for prices.

 

Brent crude futures climbed 3 cents to $81.71 a barrel, according to Reuters.

 

While U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures gained 17 cents, or 0.2%, at $76.58 a barrel.


 

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