Oil costs rose
greater than $2 a barrel on Monday, extending beneficial properties as traders eyed attainable strikes by OPEC+ producers to chop output and help costs at a gathering later within the day.
Brent crude futures had risen $2.42, or 2.6%, to $95.44 a barrel by 0641 GMT after gaining 0.7% on Friday.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude was at $88.92 a barrel, up $2.05, or 2.4%, following a 0.3% advance within the earlier session.
U.S. markets are closed for a public vacation