Oil prices started to grow against the background of reports on the reduction of the export of oil and oil condensate from Iran to a minimum of more than 2 years. According to Bloomberg, in August, Iran shipped for export slightly less than 2 million 100 thousand barrels per day. In November, the US plans to introduce a second part of the sanctions against Iran, including measures for the oil industry. The price of November futures for Brent crude oil on Monday by 14:00 Moscow time rose by 38 cents to 78 dollars 2 cents per barrel, approaching the maximum in two months. October futures for WTI oil by this time went up by 9 cents to 69 dollars 89 cents per barrel.
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