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The Russian budget revenues from oil exports in January-March this year rose at an annual rate of 21 percent and amounted to 28.2 billion dollars, follows from materials of the Federal customs service (FCS).
The volume of foreign supplies of oil fell by 1.5% to 61,6 million tons. Also decreased and the export of oil products — by 1.6 percent to 40.6 million tons.
By 13:10 GMT the price of July futures on petroleum mix of mark Brent on London exchange ICE made 75,51 per barrel.
In may, the Finance Ministry plans to buy foreign currency for more than 320 billion rubles. This volume will be a record in the history of foreign currency purchases of foreign currency Ministry of Finance.
In April, oil and gas analysts surveyed by CNBC, said that oil prices will soon rise to $ 100 a barrel amid tensions in the middle East.
In February of this year the world prices for oil show growth, 7 may futures on commodities Brent crude rose to $ 76 per barrel for the first time since the end of November 2016.
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