Crude oil prices exceed 67 a barrel
Crude oil prices have crossed 67 67 a barrel due to economic recovery and rising demand following the global outbreak of the corona virus.
According to foreign media, according to the latest data from China, the gross domestic product (GDP) reached 18.3 percent in the first quarter, while the United States also saw an increase in purchases and a decline in the unemployment rate.
According to experts, in the context of the recovery of the economy, crude oil prices are not likely to fall. According to the report, the price of Brent crude oil has risen by 26 cents to 67 67.20 per barrel.
The rise in oil demand has raised hopes, while other major economies are also concerned about the growing number of cases of the corona virus.
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has decided to slightly increase oil production due to renewed demand for oil in the wake of the global outbreak.