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US bank expects oil price to rise to $120 per barrel

2nd November, 2021

Investment bank “Bank of America” expects oil prices to rise in the middle of next year to $120 a barrel

And the agency “Bloomberg” quoted the US Bank as saying that the global energy crisis led to a sharp rise in gas and coal prices around the world, which contributes to a rapid recovery in oil futures prices

Increased demand for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel, along with constraints on refining capacity, is also accelerating the rise in oil prices in 2022, according to the bank

The bank added for comparison, oil prices are currently trading at the level of $85 a barrel, and this is accompanied by an increase in demand for black gold

In Dhi Qar.. 3 former governors and dozens of employees were referred to the Integrity Courts

2nd November, 2021

The Office of Dhi Qar Governorate revealed, on Tuesday, the referral of three governors and dozens of government employees to the competent Integrity Courts.

According to an official document received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, the legal department has worked since Dr. Ahmed Ghani Al-Khafaji assuming the position of governor of Dhi Qar in April of this year to refer three former governors to the competent courts against the background of some legal problems, as well as referring one hundred and fifty employees to Integrity Investigations Office in the province.

The document showed the referral of twenty-five other employees to the trial courts against the background of moving cases from the legal department.   LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

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