September Brent crude oil futures fell by 11 cents to $72.79 per barrel by 8:00 GMT on July 19. This is evidenced by the auction data.
Quotes of the August contract for WTI oil added $ 0.03 and amounted to $ 69.79 per barrel.
Oil prices resumed growth after the first negative reaction to the data on the increase in commercial oil reserves in the United States and the growth of its production to a record 11 million barrels per day.
According to the trading results on July 18, the price of September contract for Brent oil at ICE Futures exchange in London increased by $0.74 (1.03%) and amounted to $72.90 per barrel, Finmarket reports.
August WTI futures on new York's NYMEX commodity exchange rose $ 0.68 (1%) to $68.76 per barrel.