Brent rises above $82
Oil prices moved higher again today, with Brent crude breaking through $82 a barrel following the decision of producers not to increase production, its second four-year high in two days.
Brent crude hit $82.20 in early trading before easing back to $82, up 1% on yesterday’s close. WTI increased 0.58%, to $72.49 a barrel.
The dollar exchange rate declined by 0.22% against the ruble on the Moscow stock exchange today and was worth 65.69 rubles during the today's trading. The euro exchange rate is 77.37 rubles.