Weak dollar spurs Brent crude
Brent crude oil has hit $71 a barrel today for the first time since 2014 as the US dollar weakens and and OPEC curbs supplies.
Sterling jumped to its highest level against the US dollar since the Brexit vote.
Disruption to supply
Oil prices rose overnight after a major pipeline was forced to close when a crack was discovered.
Tensions add to surge
Oil prices have risen to their highest for more than two years ..
Surge helps push FTSE 100 to new high
Oil prices have jumped 2% after Saudi Arabia and Russia extended a deal to cut production until..
Bullish start to 2017
2017 kicked off in bullish mood with an increase in manufacturing activity and shares…
Markets hoping for cut in supply
Oil has staged a recovery to trade above $50 a barrel for the first time since the EU referendum result on 24 June. Brent Crude was trading at about $51Read More
Uncertainty clouds markets
Oil prices continued to tumble today, hitting a five-year low and amid speculation that it could fall to $43 a barrel by early next year. Brent crude fell $2 todayRead More