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Basic Info

Brent Crude Oil Spot Price is one of the major benchmarks used in pricing oil, alongside WTI Crude Oil Spot Price. Both Brent Crude and WTI Crude oil prices tend to be highly correlated. Brent Crude Oil is sourced from the North Sea and originally came from the Brent oil field. Brent in particular is useful for pricing any oil produce in the Atlantic Basin. One of the most notable times for the Brent Crude Oil Spot Price was in 2008. Prices for Brent Crude reached as high as $143.95/barrel because of large cuts in production. However, because of the financial crisis and an abrupt loss of demand for oil globally, the price of Brent Crude fell as much at 70% off highs in January of 2009.

Brent Crude Oil Spot Price is at a current level of 82.55, down from 84.29 the previous market day and up from 77.42 one year ago. This is a change of -2.06% from the previous market day and 6.63% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 82.55
Latest Period Sep 26 2022
Last Updated Sep 28 2022, 10:35 EDT
Next Release Oct 5 2022, 10:30 EDT
Average Growth Rate 11.58%
Value from The Previous Market Day 84.29
Change from The Previous Market Day -2.06%
Value from 1 Year Ago 77.42
Change from 1 Year Ago 6.63%
Frequency Market Daily
Unit USD per Barrel
Adjustment N/A
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Notes Europe spot price, FOB, U.S. dollars per barrel.

Historical Data

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Date Value
September 26, 2022 82.55
September 23, 2022 84.29
September 22, 2022 90.40
September 21, 2022 89.86
September 20, 2022 89.62
September 19, 2022
September 16, 2022 89.43
September 15, 2022 89.28
September 14, 2022 92.83
September 13, 2022 92.04
September 12, 2022 93.45
September 09, 2022 91.68
September 08, 2022 87.99
September 07, 2022 86.83
September 06, 2022 91.43
September 05, 2022 94.22
September 02, 2022 93.09
September 01, 2022 92.24
August 31, 2022 96.55
August 30, 2022 99.34
August 29, 2022
August 26, 2022 101.13
August 25, 2022 98.81
August 24, 2022 99.87
August 23, 2022 99.49
Date Value
August 22, 2022 95.06
August 19, 2022 96.45
August 18, 2022 96.35
August 17, 2022 97.22
August 16, 2022 95.36
August 15, 2022 98.25
August 12, 2022 103.70
August 11, 2022 107.19
August 10, 2022 105.06
August 09, 2022 103.81
August 08, 2022 103.46
August 05, 2022 100.31
August 04, 2022 97.99
August 03, 2022 101.82
August 02, 2022 106.51
August 01, 2022 106.09
July 29, 2022 111.51
July 28, 2022 109.68
July 27, 2022 109.64
July 26, 2022 107.32
July 25, 2022 108.23
July 22, 2022 106.77
July 21, 2022 112.81
July 20, 2022 115.86
July 19, 2022 114.96

Basic Info

Brent Crude Oil Spot Price is one of the major benchmarks used in pricing oil, alongside WTI Crude Oil Spot Price. Both Brent Crude and WTI Crude oil prices tend to be highly correlated. Brent Crude Oil is sourced from the North Sea and originally came from the Brent oil field. Brent in particular is useful for pricing any oil produce in the Atlantic Basin. One of the most notable times for the Brent Crude Oil Spot Price was in 2008. Prices for Brent Crude reached as high as $143.95/barrel because of large cuts in production. However, because of the financial crisis and an abrupt loss of demand for oil globally, the price of Brent Crude fell as much at 70% off highs in January of 2009.

Brent Crude Oil Spot Price is at a current level of 82.55, down from 84.29 the previous market day and up from 77.42 one year ago. This is a change of -2.06% from the previous market day and 6.63% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 82.55
Latest Period Sep 26 2022
Last Updated Sep 28 2022, 10:35 EDT
Next Release Oct 5 2022, 10:30 EDT
Average Growth Rate 11.58%
Value from The Previous Market Day 84.29
Change from The Previous Market Day -2.06%
Value from 1 Year Ago 77.42
Change from 1 Year Ago 6.63%
Frequency Market Daily
Unit USD per Barrel
Adjustment N/A
Download Source File Download
Notes Europe spot price, FOB, U.S. dollars per barrel.