October WTI crude futures rose 0.09% to $ 56.35 a barrel.

Futures for Brent crude for November delivery increased 0.10% to $ 61.01 a barrel.

On September 5, the price of Brent crude oil exceeded $ 62 per barrel for the first time since August 2.

Expert Vladimir Klimanov commented on an IMF report in an interview with FBA Economics Today, according to which a fall in oil prices since 2014 contributed to the decrease in the growth rate of the Russian economy more than forecasts than sanctions.