International oil prices varied during trading on Tuesday, amid a state of optimism among investors about the performance of the global economy.

This optimism comes after the United States passed the Infrastructure Spending Act, and data indicating that China's exports increased more than expected in October.

Brent crude for January delivery settled at $83.50 a barrel, while US NYMEX crude for December delivery rose 0.1% to $82.02 a barrel.

JP Morgan Chase analysts stressed in a note reported by Reuters that global oil demand in November is already close to pre-coronavirus levels at 100 million barrels per day.

While the US Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, said that US President Joe Biden may take measures this week to solve the crisis of high gasoline prices.