October futures for Brent crude on Tuesday at 14:43 Moscow time went up by 90 cents to 73 dollars 51 cents per barrel. The price of September futures for WTI oil also rose by 90 cents to 68 dollars 10 cents per barrel. On Monday, oil prices fell against the background of a reduction in demand for risky assets caused by the currency crisis in Turkey. After Monday's lira depreciation against the US dollar by 6.5% on Tuesday, its growth was 4.6% to 6.58 lira per dollar. As the chief analyst of the raw materials market in SEB, Bjarne Skildrop, noted: “Today the lira is strengthening, and the market sighed with relief”. Now, the market expects the introduction of sanctions on the export of oil from Iran, as well as data on oil reserves in the United States.
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