WTI crude oil for August delivery was up 0.8% to $60.87 a barrel early Tuesday afternoon, and Brent crude oil for August delivery was up 1.3% to $64.13 a barrel.
Crude oil prices were up Tuesday ahead of the U.S. Energy Information Administration's crude oil inventories data, according to Reuters. Analysts expect the data to show strong demand for gasoline, according to the news service.
Concerns that trouble with the impending Iranian nuclear deal that could delay the lifting of sanctions on the country's oil exports.
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