The new work week in international markets began with an increase in oil prices, back from the trend last month and this month, reported Reuters.
Futures of the North Brent race exceeded $ 72, and US light crude oil exceeded $ 66 per barrel.
Since July, when the trade war between the United States and China has escalated, raw material costs have fallen every week. A few days ago, however, the two parties announced that they would appear later this month
to make a new attempt at reconciliation through negotiations.
In addition, the oil boom is also due to the end of November, when US sanctions against the energy sector must be restored at one of the leading exporters
of oil – Iran / BNR