Oil prices bounce back after falling the day before
Oil quotes add about 2% during trading on Friday, recovering after falling the day before.
Meanwhile, prices for both brands could show their biggest weekly decline in four weeks amid fears of a recession in the global economy and the consequences of another lockdown in China, writes Trading Economics.
The price of November futures for Brent on the London ICE Futures exchange by 8:10 Moscow time on Friday is $94.22 per barrel, which is $1.86 (2.01%) higher than the closing price of the previous session. As a result of trading on Thursday, these contracts fell by $3.28 (3.4%) to $92.36 per barrel.
The price of futures for WTI oil for October in the electronic trading of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) is $88.38 per barrel by this time, which is $1.77 (2.04%) higher than the final value of the previous session. By the close of the market the day before, the cost of these contracts decreased by $2.94 (3.3%) to $86.61 per barrel.
As reported, the finance ministers of the G7 countries at a meeting on Friday plan to approve and outline their plan to set a price limit for Russian oil. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said the lack of a cap would hurt the global economy.