Today, Thursday, international oil prices continued to decline, with the impact of the repercussions of the Russian war in Ukraine on the markets, and concerns about inflation and closures related to the epidemic in China.


Today, the July Brent crude futures contract decreased by 0.98%, or the equivalent of $1.05, to reach $106.46 a barrel.

US crude futures for June delivery also fell today by 1.06%, or 1.12%, at the level of $104.59 a barrel.

EIA data yesterday showed that US distillate stocks fell last week to their lowest since 2005, while crude stocks rose by 8.5 million barrels.

The International Energy Agency is scheduled to provide a market overview of oil in general later today.