The benchmark Dubai crude oil futures contract on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange briefly exceeded ¥80,000 per kiloliter during a night session in the early hours of Friday.
The contract for September delivery rose to ¥80,180 at one point, topping the ¥80,000 threshold for the first time in around 13 years and eight months as a benchmark contract.
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