The prices for oil yesterday after the volatile session remained practically unchanged. First, black gold rose in price against the backdrop of increased tensions in the Middle East.
Then, oil prices went down after declaring Iraq’s intention to develop oil production in the province of Kirkuk.
Following the auction on October 17, the value of the December contract for Brent crude at the ICE Futures exchange in London increased by $ 0.06 (0.1%) to $ 57.88 per barrel.
November futures for WTI on the New York Mercantile Exchange NYMEX grew by $ 0.01 (0.82%) to $ 51.88 per barrel.
Today, black gold continues to appreciate.
December futures for Brent crude by 7:47 Moscow time rose by 36 cents (0.6%) – to $ 58.24 per barrel.