The American Petroleum Institute on Tuesday afternoon reported that U.S. crude-oil inventories fell 3.48 million barrels last week, a source said, while inventories of distillates dropped 4.46 million barrels and gasoline stocks were down 4.5 million barrels. The Energy Information Administration will release official inventory data on Wednesday morning. Analysts surveyed by S&P Global Platts, on average, look for crude inventories to fall by 2.3 million barrels, while gasoline stocks were...
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David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about Vladimir Putin surprising some observers by not using Victory Day to announce an escalation of his war in Ukraine, raising questions about whether the U.S. can get away with helping Ukraine fight back even harder.
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The gains in Europe come after some choppy trading sessions in the region, and in markets further afield.