Oil quotation falls back to market

After firing more than 20%-Brent bored the home of the US $72.00-in the value of oil since the attack on the facilities of the Saudi Aramco Saudi Arabia, price of the barrel looks like it will adjust and remains in decline. It is worth noting that the maximum in percentages was not recorded since the Gulf War in 1991. Around 7:10 (Brasilia time) This Wednesday, 18, the Brendt marked US $64.28, in contrast to the high value recorded on Monday, 16.

The fall was caused by an announcement by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, who authorized the use of the country's emergency stocks to maintain market stability if necessary.

Saudi Arabia is the second largest oil producer in the world, and is the largest exporter. The drone attack on the Abqair and Khurais facilities in the Arabian Desert reduced oil production by 5.7 million barrels per day (bpd), equivalent to 5% of world consumption.

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