The Address | Benghazi – Libya
NEW YORK – “Oil futures jumped more than $2 a barrel Monday, rising to levels not seen since November 2014, as U.S. sanctions on Iran loom and a North American trade deal fosters growth,” Reuters reported today.
According to the international news agency, “Brent futures LCOc1 settled at $84.98 a barrel, up $2.25, or 2.7 percent. In post-settlement trade, the contract continued to strengthen, rising to $85.45 a barrel, the first trade above $85 since November 2014. U.S. light crude futures CLc1 were up $2.05 a barrel at $75.30, the highest since November 2014.”