Oil prices are spiking past $110 a barrel, and traders have effectively imposed an oil embargo on Russia. While there's no official sanctions blocking their supply of crude right now—buyers refuse to take it while western countries bite down hard with harsh economic penalties against Moscow due in response for its intervention into Ukraine--trading sources say tankers won't transport any more Russian petroleum because they can get paid less than before when transporting goods over longer distances by ship instead; that means we could see further increases throughout next week if nothing changes soon enough!
With the Ukraine crisis, natural gas prices have skyrocketed. British Gas owner Centrica is dropping its supply agreement with Kremlin-controlled Gazprom while other traders are said to be severing ties and Opec has reportedly opted for a gradual increase in oil output despite sharp spikes in market values due mainly from conflict between Russia/Ukraine but also because of possible policy responses by other major producers like Saudi Arabia which may lead them all towards maintaining current levels rather than increasing it further regardless how high we go!
With pressure from consumer nations to lift supply rising, the oil market is responding. This morning's price jump has many Americans concerned and looking for ways they can cut back on energy costs- even if it means sacrificing some jobs!
The agreement among leading economies like US will release 60 million barrels worth of unused capacity in order reduce prices at home plate while still exporting abroad...
The market is still feeling the effects of a virus that hit several countries recently, but now there are fears about war between Russia and Ukraine.
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