Oil Prices Slide as Hurricane Beryl Threatens US Demand, Ceasefire Deal Advances

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By Adedapo Adesanya  Oil prices fell around 1 per cent on Monday as Hurricane Beryl shut refineries in the United States and ports along the Gulf of Mexico, and on hopes a possible ceasefire deal in Gaza could reduce worries about global crude supply disruptions. Brent futures fell by 79 cents or 0.9 per cent […]

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