FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) – Oil prices rose on Monday first strong measures to limit Russia’s oil profits about the war in Ukraine came into effect, bringing uncertainty about how much crude oil could be lost to the world economy through the new sanctions or Russian retaliation.

International benchmark Brent rose 2% to $87.30 a barrel, a day after the OPEC+ alliance of oil producers, including Russia, no changes were made to the benefit plans because the impact of the new restrictions on…



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