Crude oil prices dropped at the last trading session of the week amid fears of a slow recovery in the global economy.
International oil prices fell on Friday and posted a second consecutive monthly drop.
Crude oil prices ended the week mixed cumulatively amid surging Covid-19 caseloads.
ETERNA led 14 Gainers as against 11 Losers topped by ETRANZACT at the end of today's session.
Brent oil futures prices lost 0.2 to trade at $42.35 and West Texas Intermediate (WTI ) fell 0.27% to trade at $40.09.
Crude oil prices held to gains after U.S. President, Trump resumed the White House from the hospital.
Crude oil prices continued to drop following the announcement of Trump's new COVID-19 status.
Oil futures fell precipitously on Wednesday amid mounting fears of oil demand recovery.
Nigerian bourse was fired up on all cylinders as it recorded an impressive trading session.
In Thursday's trading session, Crude oil prices fell