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Crack Spreads Widen on Revenge Buying

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Crude oil prices are moving increasingly out of sync with products as global refiners struggle to meet so-called “revenge demand” for transport fuels. The term is being used to describe the huge appetite for all forms of leisure travel being seen after the pandemic.

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