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With an increase in oil prices began the new trading week. On its first day in Asia, crude prices rose on investor concerns about supplies of oil and refined products after Russia halted fuel exports to stabilize the domestic market.

Brent futures from the North Sea, a reference for Europe, rose 32 cents, or 0.3 percent, to $93.59 a barrel after falling 3 percent on Friday.

Quotes of US light crude oil extended their upward movement for the second session trading reaching a level of $ 90.27 a barrel, which is an increase of 24 cents or 0.2 percent.

Both contracts fell last week, snapping a three-week winning streak after the U.S. Federal Reserve's announced intention to keep interest rates at a high level for longer caused a quake in global financial markets and raised concerns about demand for the commodity.

However, prices rose more than 10 percent in the previous three weeks due to forecasts of a large crude supply deficit in the fourth quarter after Saudi Arabia and Russia extended further supply cuts until the end of the year.

Another reason supporting oil prices is the expectation that China's manufacturing sector will return, for the first time since March, to expansion in September. Demand for the commodity rose last week by 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 16.3 million. due to an increase in the consumption of aviation fuels.

Some oil prices rose to more than $100 a barrel