Oil started to growth against the background of the lower supplies from Iran


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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