Oil reserves fell 3.2 million barrels: Investing.com EIA

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Investing.com – US oil reserves have fallen more than expected in the past week, the Energy Information Administration said Wednesday. it fell 3.247 million barrels last week, compared with analysts’ expectations of a 2.26 million barrel draw. Inventories, which include diesel and, were up 4.786 million barrels more than expected for the week versus expectations for a 2.67 million barrel increase, EIA data showed. it went up 274,000 barrels. The weekly was 1.3%, according to the EIA report. Stocks rose 4.395 million barrels last week, the EIA said, compared with expectations for a build of 2.69 million barrels.

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