Oil prices changed direction and fell yesterday, but currently crude oil prices are traded slightly up. Today, U.S. Federal Budget Balance will be published, the U.S. retail sales and the Euro Area CPI. The G20 meeting will be held this weekend.
On Thursday, October 13th oil price (WTI) slightly fell by 1.25% to $84.23/b; Brent also subtracted 0.26% off its value and settled at $112.15/b; during October WTI l rose by 2.88% and Brent by 6.38%.
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