Oil prices are rising after a sharp drop last week, when North Sea Brent blend fell 6.6% and WTI crude fell 6.1%.
By 8:15 Moscow time on September 14, Brent oil with delivery in November on the London ICE Futures exchange was given $ 39.92 per barrel. This is $ 0.09 (0.23%) above the price at the close of Friday's session. WTI October futures at NYMEX trading could be bought for $ 37.51 per barrel, which is $ 0.18 (0.48%) higher than the level of the previous session.
Earlier chernayakobra.ru reported that the export of Russian oil in monetary terms in July 2020 fell 2.2 times compared to July last year and by 8.4% compared to June - to $ 4.829 billion. A decrease in exports in monetary terms occurred due to its reduction in physical terms, as the cost of oil from Russia in July, on the contrary, even increased by 5% - to $ 43.91 per barrel of Urals grade.