North Sea Brent oil futures for February 2023 delivery on the London ICE exchange fell below $80 a barrel for the first time since Jan. This information is coming data Trading platform.
At 21:30 (Moscow time), Brent crude fell more than 3% to $79.21 a barrel, according to trading data.
on the eve of the BBC reportedHe said that raw material prices increased after the decision of the European Union (EU) and G7 countries to impose a ceiling price of 60 dollars per barrel on Russian oil. According to the channel, Brent oil traded in Asian markets at over $86 per barrel, about 1% more than before the restrictions were introduced.
Last week in the press service of the Ministry of Finance of Russia reportedThe price of Russian Ural oil dropped to $66.47 per barrel in November 2022.
In the early hours of December 6, Bloomberg WroteMoscow is considering setting a fixed price for its oil in response to the ceiling prices imposed by the G7 countries on Russian raw materials.