Oil From Russia to U.S. Gets Snapped Up in Asia Buying Binge
The Laurel tanker and other ships sit in the Singapore Straight off the coast of Singapore. (Photographer: Lauryn Ishak/Bloomberg)

Oil From Russia to U.S. Gets Snapped Up in Asia Buying Binge

(Bloomberg) -- Physical cargoes of crude oil from Russia, the U.S. and the Middle East were getting snapped up at higher prices as buyers across Asia entered a bidding war to secure supplies.
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