August futures for Brent crude oil added 14 cents (0.19%) to $75.43 per barrel by 7:57 GMT on June 5. This is evidenced by the auction data.
Quotes of the July WTI oil contract rose by 33 cents (0.51%), to $65.08 per barrel.
Oil prices, which had been declining all day yesterday, strengthened the decline by the evening, investors followed the situation with oil production in the US and OPEC+ countries, Finmarket reports.
As a result of trading on June 4, the price of the August contract for Brent oil on the ICE Futures exchange in London fell by $1.5 (1.95%) and amounted to $75.29 per barrel. July WTI futures on new York's NYMEX fell $1.06 (1.61%) to $64.75 per barrel.