Moscow. December 14. Oil prices continue to fall on Monday, reaching the lowest since February 2009 level, in anticipation of further increase in the supply of raw materials on the world market.
The January futures for Brent crude during trading on Monday briefly fell to $37,44 per barrel by 8:00 Moscow time restored to $37,70 per barrel is 0.6% less than at the close of the previous session, Bloomberg reported.
WTI crude oil for January delivery went down to $35,27 per barrel and then strengthened by 8:00 $35,51 (a decline of 0.3%).
In January, deliveries to the world market after lifting sanctions may resume Iran.