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Marketview: Mind the Cap?

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If EU politicians can agree on the proposed price cap of $60 per barrel for Russian crude, it would be some $5/bbl above the value of Urals at the port of loading in the Baltics or Black Sea.

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Oil Futures and Derivatives, Oil Prices, Sanctions, Crude Oil, Oil Tankers
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