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Markets  |  April 17, 2012 17:55:16

Oil prices on world markets on Tuesday, rising

NEW YORK / LONDON (MEDIAFAX) - World oil prices on Tuesday reinforcing. The main reason, according to Bloomberg, especially a new forecast by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the growth of global economy and better data from Germany.

Brent crude oil price on Tuesday around 5:30 p.m. CET was around 118.70 dollars per barrel. Compared with the previous conclusion in New York and reinforcing of $ 0.30, up 0.25 percent.

U.S. light crude oil price of West Texas Intermediate (WTI) at the same time the previous conclusion in New York, the dollar appreciated by 1.03, an increase of 0.99 percent, and cost 104.54 dollars per barrel.

Under Tuesday's developments in oil prices is signed among others by the International Monetary Fund, which increased the estimate for world growth this year to 3.5 percent from January's expected expansion of 3.3 percent for next year to 4.1 percent, while in the January forecast countedčtyřprocentním growth. It is this factor was the most dominant - this is confirmation that demand for oil should continue to grow.

The price of oil this year, according to the IMF to grow by 10 percent year on year due to pressure on the supply side. Since then other non-oil commodity pool awaits average price drop of 10 percent.

Oil prices also helped to better than expected data from Germany. Investor confidence in Germany is under research institute ZEW rose in April, when the economic sentiment index rose by 1.1 points to 23.4 points and improved for the fifth month in a row. The mood of investors in Germany and in April jumped up from June 2010. In March, the index stood at 22.3 points and is expected to decline to 19 points.

Tomáš Králíček,

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