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BUSINESS LIVE: Oil prices hit three-year excessive; Sunak rules out VAT cut

BUSINESS LIVE: Oil prices hit three-year excessive; Sunak rules out VAT cut; Tesla breaches $1trn market cap










Oil prices hit a three-year excessive on Monday because the recovery within the international financial system continued to spice up demand.

Brent crude rose to $86.70 a barrel – the best degree since October 2018 when it peaked at $86.74. The final time it was greater was in 2014.

Rishi Sunak has refused to slash VAT on family power payments in Wednesday’s Budget, regardless of big strain to cut the levy.

Treasury sources stated the Chancellor believed the transfer would subsidise richer households whereas doing too little for the poorest.

Tesla turned the primary $1trillion carmaker as shares surged after it signed its largest-ever order with rental automobile agency Hertz.

The electrical automobile group, headed by the world’s richest man Elon Musk, noticed its share worth climb 13 per cent to an all-time excessive on Wall Street.

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Brent crude rose to $86.70 a barrel yesterday – the best degree since October 2018 when it peaked at $86.74

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