Crude oil futures rose during the Asian session

Crude oil prices remain stable in the face of Chinese demand and caution about the CPI in the US

Crude oil futuresrose during the Asian session on Tuesday.

On the New York Mercantile Exchange,Crude oil futuresfor delivery in January they were trading at 77.64 US dollars a barrel. At the time of writing they are up by 0.92%.

Early it reached a session high of dollars a barrel.Crude oilIt will probably find support at 76.78 and resistance at 83.33.

The Futures Dollar Index, which reports the performance of the U.S. dollar against a group of six other major currencies, rose 0.10% to trade at $105.14.

On the other hand, at ICE,Brentfor delivery in February rose 0.85% to trade at 83.38 dollars a barrel while the spread between the contracts forBrentandCrude oilThey remain above 5.74 dollars a barrel.

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