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theprice history at Kuwait’s oil export terminal lined up to load crude as the sector gradually returned to normal after workers ended a strike that reduced the country’s oil production.
Oil prices rose due to a strike by oil workers in Kuwait for the third consecutive, which became the focus of attention after the negative impact of the failure of the producing countries to agree to stabilize production levels during their meeting in Doha.
the price of crude oil futures rose by more than 3 percent, and the price of Brent crude rose to $ 44 a barrel.
Oil prices have stabilized until the 1970s, at a rate of $ 20 per barrel. Since then, a combination of government policies and supply control have led to price volatility.