Last week, Brent oil went up by 2.2%, WTI - by 1.6%

Over the past week, Brent crude oil prices increased by 2.2%, prices for WTI oil - by 1.6%. On Friday, September futures for Brent crude rose 17 cents to 74 dollars 71 cents based on news about growing tensions in the Middle East. September futures for WTI oil fell 24 cents to 69 dollars 37 cents on fears of escalating the trade conflict between the US and their trading partners. The partner of the Again Capital Foundation, John Kildaff, said: “Fears about world trade are certainly an important factor. And at the same time, prices are about $70 per barrel. A lot of things support the market, including events in the Middle East.”


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