Positive stability of oil futures amid the decline of the US dollar index
Crude oil futures fluctuated in a narrowly bullish range during the Asian session on Tuesday, amid the negative stability of the USD index according to the inverse relationship between them.
At 04:21 am GMT. Brent crude futures for October delivery rose 0.31% to trade at 73.98 dollars per barrel compared to the opening at 73.75 dollars a barrel, amid the decline of the US dollar index by 0.01% to 95.35 compared to the opening at 95.36.
US crude futures for the September delivery of US crude oil, "NEMEX", rose 0.12% to trade at $ 69.09 a barrel, compared with the opening at $ 69.01 a barrel.
Investors are eyeing the US economy, the world's largest economy, with a statistical reading of job opportunities and job turnovers, which could reflect a rise to about 6.74 million from 6.64 million in May, hours after last week's labor market data was released.