Oil rises in price: Brent - $62,87 for barrel, WTI - $57,59

February futures for Brent crude oil by 8:13 Moscow time on December 1 grew up on 24 cents (0,38%) - up to $62,87 for barrel. The quotations of the January contract for WTI crude oil rose in price for 19 cents (0,333%) and made $57,59 for barrel, the Russian AOI agency transfers.

Oil rises in price after the solution of the countries of OPEC and not OPEC to extend the transaction about restriction of oil production for nine months - until the end of 2018.

Following the results of the biddings on November 30 the cost of the January contract for Brent crude oil at the ICE Futures exchange in London grew by $ (0,73) 0,46 - up to $63,57 for barrel.

The January future for WTI on the New York Mercantile Exchange of NYMEX rose in price for $0,10 (0,17%) - up to $57,40 for barrel, Finmarket reports.

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