Oil prices continue to rise after Iranian ship seizure

Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker on Friday and the associated uncertainty has continued to impact oil prices after the weekend.

Photo: Hasan Jamali / AP / Ritzau Scanpix

Monday, oil prices continue to rise following renewed turmoil in the Middle East after Iran seized a Britsh-flagged oil tanker on Friday.

One barrel of Brent trades Monday morning for USD 63.33 against USD 62.17 Friday afternoon. US WTI crude sells for USD 56.07 compared to USD 55.31 Friday afternoon.

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