Against this background, WTI and Brent’s crude fell slightly in price.
Asian markets have moved up, while more countries are gradually lifting restrictions imposed at the start of the coronavirus epidemic, which led to a near-complete shutdown of economic activity.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei index rose 1.4 percent on Monday afternoon, while Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 1.9 percent. The Australian S&P/ASX index rose 1.6 percent, while the Shanghai index rose 0.1 percent. Seoul’s KOSPI index remained unchanged at the close of trading.
As for another trading, the price of benchmark us oil WTI fell by 1.2 percent, reaching $ 24.44 per barrel. Brent crude, the international benchmark, fell 1.1 percent to $ 30.60 a barrel.
All three major us indices in futures trading are in positive territory.