Oil Stockpile Increased an Unexpected 4.35 Million Barrels: EIA



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Investing.com — Oil stockpiles unexpectedly rose last week, according to the latest U.S. government data.

rose 4.35 million barrels, against expectations for a draw of 1.16 million barrels, the Energy Information Administration said Friday.

The data release was delayed this week because of the U.S. holiday.

inventory fell 260,000 barrels, compared to expectations for a build of 2.77 million barrels.   rose 458,000 barrels.

rose 110,000 barrels, and the was 0.5%.

 

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