World oil prices fell on Thursday morning after the previous rise, being in an area of some turbulence in the face of a lack of fresh money for trade, Report informs, citing the auction data.

The price of December futures for Brent crude fell by 0.31% to $87.78 per barrel, and November futures for WTI dropped by 0.37% to $81.85.

Oil prices show a decline after two consecutive days of growth, during which Brent rose by 4.7%, and WTI increased by 6.5%. On Wednesday, in particular, investors reacted to data on crude stocks in the United States, which unexpectedly fell by 0.2 million barrels over the previous week.