Brent oil falls almost 4% due to increased contagion

North Sea oil, a reference in Europe, lost 3,9% today on London's Intercontinental Exchange Futures (ICE) compared to Tuesday, when it ended up at $ 41,20 a barrel.

The barrel of Brent oil for delivery in December today fell nearly 4% on London's Intercontinental Exchange Futures to $ 39,59, due to fears about increased covid-19 contagions in Europe and the United States.

North Sea oil, a reference in Europe, lost 3,9% today on London's Intercontinental Exchange Futures (ICE) compared to Tuesday, when it ended up at $ 41,20 a barrel.

Oil continues the downward trend due to restrictions in numerous countries to halt the second wave of the covid-19 pandemic, especially in the United States and Europe.

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