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Mon, 10 Sep 2018 09:54 - Updated Tue, 11 Sep 2018 10:51

Brent opens high in London

London - Brent crude for November delivery opened high on Monday in the London Futures Market with the barrel being traded at USD 77.19, with a variation of 0.36 % in relation to the previous session.

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Last Friday, North Seal Oil which serves as a reference for Angolan exports, closed the session at 76.83 US dollars the barrel.

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