Shares of energy companies rose as oil futures recouped recent losses associated with Chinese protests.
Oil futures dipped to around $75 a barrel in New York at one stage Monday but closed back above $78 Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Chinese authorities sought to prevent assembly of protesters, attempting to contain the resistance to Covid 19 restrictions and prevent prolonged civil unrest.
Qatar signed a small-scale agreement to supply Germany with natural gas, as the industrial nation scrambles to replace supplies from Russia.
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