The cost of benchmark crudes is gradually falling on Monday. Last week, oil showed growth due to the expectations of the consequences of the storm in the Gulf of Mexico.
On Thursday, benchmark crudes feel confident. The price is still rising due to the data from the U.S. Department of Energy. The news about bad weather in the Gulf of
On Tuesday, benchmark crudes show a slight increase. Brent crude futures for June have risen on the London Stock Exchange to the mark of 71.29 dollars per barrel. On Monday,
Benchmark crudes maintain their positive dynamics. The statements of the Russian Federation on intentions to continue the implementation of the OPEC+ agreements to reduce production became one of the reasons
During the Asian session, oil prices are gradually falling. It is already the second week when the data from the