Singapore gasoil swap crack crosses $70/b for first time on rising demand
The Platts FOB Singapore Platts 10 ppm sulfur gasoil derivative crack spread against Dubai crude swaps -- a measure of the product's relative strength to crude oil -- breached $70/b for the first time at the Asian close June 21, S&P Global Commodity Insights data showed, as growing regional demand bolstered sentiment.
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