• EIA: US Crude Oil Stocks Rise, Fuel Stocks Fall
  • Millions in Chinese manufacturing center take COVID tests
  • US oil production rises to 12.1 million bpd, according to EIA
  • The US dollar is higher

NEW YORK, Nov 9 (Reuters) – Oil prices fell by around $3 a barrel on Wednesday after industry data showed US crude inventories had risen more-than-expected and amid concerns that a recovery from the COVID-19 -cases in the main importer China would affect fuel demand.

Brent crude oil futures traded at $92.65 a barrel,…

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