Oil has changed its course on Thursday and prices have risen sharply. The markets responded to the report Russia is considering to reduce mining.
This would link Saudi Arabia and other members of the Organization of the Oil Exporting Countries (OPEC), which should reduce production and thus increase commodity prices.
Despite today's growth, however, for November, crude oil prices have gone to the biggest monthly drop since the financial crisis in 2008, so far they have fallen by 22 percent.
Barel (159 liters) of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) juice oil was delivered in January for EUR 51.47 (EUR 45.46) on Thursday at 18.44 CET. This was $ 1.48 or 2.94% more than the day before the trading day.
The January contract for Brent crude oil rose by $ 1.20 or 2.04% to $ 59.96 a barrel.