Crude oil prices increase above $100 per barrel following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Following reports that Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Thursday, February 24, the front-month futures price of both Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil have increased to more than $100 per barrel (b). The front-month Brent contract price closed just below $115/b on Wednesday, March 2, after rising and settling above $100/b on February 28. The Brent crude oil price last rose above $100/b in late 2014. The front-month WTI contract price closed above $110/b on March 2, after first settling above $100/b on March 1.
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