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Nigeria ships fewer oil cargoes to US

Oil cargoes departing from Nigeria to the United States fell to 103,000 bpd in December, down by 48,000 bpd, new data show.

Oil rises above $63 after slide

Oil bounced above 63 million a barrel on Wednesday to claw back some of the previous day’s six per cent plunge, lifted by a report of an unexpected decline in U.S. crude inventories.

Federal government needs more borrowing to fund infrastructure – expert

The Federal Government is expected to take more loans if its plan to fund infrastructure is to be realised, says a Senior Analyst at Agusto & Co, Mr Jimi Ogbobine.

Oil rises amidst expected extension of OPEC cuts

Oil markets edged up on Thursday as expectations that OPEC will extend production cuts at a meeting at the end of this month outweighed rising U.S. crude production and inventories.

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