Crude oil prices rise in US

Crude oil prices rise in US

 Crude oil prices have risen in the United States due to tensions in the Middle East that are likely to affect global oil supply.

 Pakistan Mercantile Exchange Limited closed the PMEX Commodity Index at 4,244. According to data released on Friday, metals, energy and quotes / forex worth Rs 5.4 billion were traded, totaling 7,123.

The highest deals were gold, valued at Rs 1.848 billion while quoted deals worth Rs 1.103 billion, WTI crude oil worth Rs 1.033 billion, NSDQ 100 trades worth Rs. 675.054 million, DJ's worth Rs 355.708 million, platinum deals worth Rs 147.966 million, silver deals worth Rs 110.308 million, SP500's worth Rs 81.321 million, palladium's worth Rs 50.356 million. Natural gas deals worth Rs 41.856 million, Brent crude oil worth Rs 19.106 million and Copper deals worth Rs 14.288 million. A.

Agricultural commodities had a bargain of cotton worth $ 0.474 million.
New York's Brent North Sea crude rose 45 cents (0.7 percent) to $ 64.85 a barrel before the break. West Texas Intermediate deals were up 67 cents (1.2 percent) to $ 58.80 a barrel.

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