Oil prices fall: Brent - $63,14 for barrel, WTI - $57,14

February futures for Brent crude oil in the morning on December 11 decreased by 26 cents (0,4%) - up to $63,14 for barrel. The quotations of the January contract for WTI crude oil fell in price by 23 cents (0,4%) and made $57,14 for barrel, the Russian AOI agency reports.

Following the results of the biddings on December 8 the cost of the February contract for Brent crude oil at the ICE Futures exchange in London grew by $1,20 (1,9%) - up to $63,40 for barrel. The January future for WTI on the New York Mercantile Exchange of NYMEX raised for $0,67 (1,2%) - up to $57,36 for barrel, Finmarket tells.

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