Oil prices rose yesterday on reports of buoyant demand. The International Energy Agency's monthly report says demand in the second quarter will increase by 1.1 million barrels a day compared with the same period last year, to 67.3 million, and that demand for 1995 will be 69.2 million barrels a day. At one point yesterday the price of June Brent was up by almost 15 cents to $19.06
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IEA sees higher demand for oil