Ceyhan Terminal

Crude futures up

LONDON, June 17, 2016 – Crude oil prices were up in the early hours on Friday as market pressure from a possible British exit from the EU eased following the suspension of campaigning upon the assassination of MP Jo Cox.
WTI futures hit USD 46.58 per barrel whereas the contract for Brent was going for USD 47.78 per barrel. In Friday trading, both WTI and Brent took a hits, slumping to USD 46.21 and USD 47.19 per barrel, respectively, at 12.15 pm (GMT+3).