Oil prices rise to the highest of more than 7 years

Oil prices rise to the highest of more than 7 years
Oil prices rise to the highest of more than 7 years
At the beginning of trading, today, Tuesday, raw materials prices jumped to their highest levels since October 2014, and the Bank ofGoldman SachsHis expectations for Brent crude during 2022 and 2023, and he expected the price of crude to reach $100 in the third quarter of this year.

By 02:30 GMT, crude futures rose Brent 44 cents, or 0.5%, to reach $86.92 a barrel, after it had earlier recorded $87, the highest level since October 30, 2014.

Crude futures jumped West Texas The US broker 81 cents, or one percent, from the settlement price on Friday to $ 84.62 a barrel, not far from the highest level in more than two months of $ 84.78, which it reached earlier.

Monday’s trading was limited due to a public holiday in the United States.

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