Friday's trading session on the US commodity market was not marked by drastic changes. The main assets were traded rather sluggishly, which can be explained by the decline in activity due to the Christmas holidays. Thus, quotes for Brent crude oil at the height of the session had a sharp decline, to $52 per barrel.

However, by the close of the trading session, futures for North Sea Brent crude futures for February delivery on the ICE Futures Exchange added 0.57% or 0.30 points, reaching $53.03 a barrel.

Brent Crude ICE

February futures contracts for oil of the American brand WTI on the New York Mercantile Exchange NYMEX rose in price by 1.14% or 0.51 p., entrenched at the level of $45.12 per barrel.

WTI Crude Oil Nymex

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