Brent crude futures were primed for their biggest monthly rise since May 2009 on the back of upbeat demand coinciding with supply disruptions in big oil producing countries. ICE April Brent rose $2.53 to settle at $62.58 a barrel on Friday. More On this topic IN Commodities After seven months of losses, the international crude marker was up 18 per cent in February – the highest monthly rise in almost six years. Its US counterpart, Nymex April West Texas Intermediate, rose $1.59 to $49.76 a barrel. It also notched its first monthly gain since June with a 3 per cent rise. Lower prices […]