Oil prices steadied on Wednesday after Venezuela raised the prospect of a halt to some crude exports, easing worries about oversupply after reports that the U.S. government had asked Saudi Arabia and some other producers to increase output. Falling Venezuelan oil output helped push crude benchmark Brent LCOc1 to more than $80 a barrel last month, but prices have eased since then on talk of higher supply by other members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Click Read More below for additional information.
American Dollar to Canadian Dollar = 0.758099
American Dollar to Chinese Yuan = 0.149313
American Dollar to Euro = 1.164482
American Dollar to Japanese Yen = 0.008886
American Dollar to Mexican Peso = 0.052591
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