The price of Brent oil exceeded $95 for the first time since November 2022 TASS referring to trade data.
According to the London ICE exchange, at 6:52 Moscow time, the price of Brent oil continued its rise after reaching $95.03. Shortly after, the price dropped to $94.98.
At the same time, WTI oil futures for delivery in November were trading at $91.25 per barrel.
Previously, a forecast for oil prices for the coming week was given – it was assumed that the price of a barrel of North Sea benchmark Brent oil would rise next week. will be $90-95.
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