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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 54.84, down from 55.51 the previous market day and down from 66.77 one year ago. This is a change of -1.21% from the previous market day and -17.87% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 54.84
Latest Period Jan 11 2021
Last Updated Jan 13 2021, 10:36 EST
Next Release Jan 21 2021, 11:00 EST
Average Growth Rate 10.42%
Value from 1 Year Ago 66.77
Change from 1 Year Ago -17.87%
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
January 11, 2021 54.84
January 08, 2021 55.51
January 07, 2021 53.70
January 06, 2021 53.80
January 05, 2021 53.16
January 04, 2021 50.37
December 31, 2020 51.22
December 30, 2020 50.74
December 29, 2020 50.44
December 28, 2020 50.88
December 24, 2020 50.88
December 23, 2020 51.05
December 22, 2020 49.88
December 21, 2020 50.61
December 18, 2020 52.17
December 17, 2020 51.20
December 16, 2020 50.83
December 15, 2020 50.77
December 14, 2020 50.27
December 11, 2020 50.01
December 10, 2020 50.33
December 09, 2020 48.81
December 08, 2020 48.84
December 07, 2020 48.63
December 04, 2020 49.10
Date Value
December 03, 2020 48.37
December 02, 2020 47.80
December 01, 2020 47.03
November 30, 2020 46.84
November 27, 2020 46.88
November 26, 2020 46.32
November 25, 2020 47.30
November 24, 2020 46.63
November 23, 2020 45.00
November 20, 2020 43.79
November 19, 2020 43.09
November 18, 2020 42.91
November 17, 2020 42.54
November 16, 2020 42.71
November 13, 2020 41.51
November 12, 2020 42.16
November 11, 2020 42.50
November 10, 2020 42.25
November 09, 2020 40.93
November 06, 2020 38.08
November 05, 2020 39.47
November 04, 2020 39.68
November 03, 2020 38.17
November 02, 2020 37.78
October 30, 2020 36.33

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 54.84, down from 55.51 the previous market day and down from 66.77 one year ago. This is a change of -1.21% from the previous market day and -17.87% from one year ago.

Stats

Last Value 54.84
Latest Period Jan 11 2021
Last Updated Jan 13 2021, 10:36 EST
Next Release Jan 21 2021, 11:00 EST
Average Growth Rate 10.42%
Value from 1 Year Ago 66.77
Change from 1 Year Ago -17.87%
Frequency Market Daily
Unit USD per Barrel
Adjustment N/A
Download Source File Download
Notes Europe spot price, FOB, U.S. dollars per barrel.