The world Bank lowered the forecast for oil price in 2015 and 2016

MOSCOW, October 20. The world Bank lowered its forecast for the average oil price this year to us $ 52/bbl to $ 57/bbl. This is stated in the quarterly world Bank report on commodity markets.

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The forecast for the oil price in 2016 is also reduced to 51 $ /bbl 61 $ /bbl.

The average price of oil in the world Bank’s definition is calculated as the sum of three equally weighted rating average prices for Brent, Dubai Fateh and WTI.

In September, the CBR has lowered its forecast for oil price in 2015 from 60 to 52 dollars/barrel, in 2016 – from 70 to 50 dollars/Barr.