Oil prices fell on Tuesday after a slight rise in the previous session after Saudi Arabia and Russia decided to extend voluntary production restrictions, Report informs via Interfax.
January Brent futures fell in price on the London ICE Futures exchange by $0.41 (0.48%), to $84.77 per barrel.
December futures for WTI at this moment fell in price on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) by $0.36 (0.45%), to $80.46 per barrel.
The market is being pressured by fears of a weakening global economy and demand for oil. “Weak economic expectations are holding back the oil market and justifying OPEC+ countries’ stance of limiting production,” OANDA analyst Craig Erlam told MarketWatch.
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