MOSCOW, 12 February. The cost of futures for oil of mark Brent with delivery in April 2016 on the ICE stock exchange in London rose by 10.6% to $33,14 per barrel. This is evidenced by the trade data.
Amid the rising price of oil, the Russian currency strengthened moderately against the Euro and the dollar. So, the dollar against the ruble fell by 1.6% to 78.3 rubles, the Euro fell 2.4% to 88.1 RUB.
Oil prices over 40 years