Oil prices rise to $ 49 a barrel, despite the dollar's decline
{International: Euphrates News} Oil prices rose in futures on Tuesday with the dollar's decline from its highest level in two weeks, which touched on Monday, despite continued price negatively affected incredulously in crude oil producers an agreement next month to install production levels.

The dollar fell from Dhurth reached on Monday as investors awaited jobs data this week which he said Vice President of the Federal Reserve {Fed} Stanley Fischer , it will be important to determine whether the bank will raise interest rates soon.
Leads the dollar fell to a low cost Purchases of oil on the holders of other currencies as may stimulate demand.
However , the uncertainty in reaching the Organization of Petroleum exporting countries members Petroleum {OPEC} an agreement to install production levels continue to put pressure on prices.
It was the World London Brent crude traded in the futures price of $ 49.28 a barrel by 0640 GMT , up two from the previous close.
the increased price of WTI US mediator nine cents to $ 47.o7 barrel.
the energy minister of Saudi Khalid al - Falih said in a press statement last week that he did not believe that intervention in the oil markets is necessary because " the market moving in the right direction. " this
was followed by remarks from UAE energy Minister Suhail Al Mazroui which he said that the current share of OPEC in the oil market" at a good level. "
in Iraq , which raised its exports of crude this month from the southern ports from its level in July , he said The oil minister said on Saturday his country will continue to increase Alanteg.anthy http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=126027