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Brent rises 0.41%, to $ 68.44, its highest price since May

Brent rises 0.41%, to $ 68.44, its highest price since May

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The price of Brent barrel for delivery in February ended Monday at the London futures market at $ 68.44, 0.41% more than at the close of the previous session and its Maximum price since May.

The North Sea oil, a reference in Europe, concluded the day at the International Exchange Futures with an increase of $ 0.28 compared to the last negotiation, when it closed at $ 68.16.

The price of Brent continues to rise upward between optimism because China and the United States close a trade agreement, which would be positive for the global economy and energy demand.

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