Oil prices are rising for the second day amid data on declining inventories in the United States. October futures for Brent crude by 11:05 Moscow time rose to 60.08 dollars per barrel. Futures for US light WTI crude oil rose to $ 55.65 per barrel.American markets on Tuesday, August 27, closed in the red amid a decline in the financial sector. The Dow Jones Index fell 0.47 percent, S&P lost 0.32 percent, and NASDAQ fell 0.34 percent. The decrease occurred against the backdrop of the fact that the inversion of the yield curve of government bonds strengthened concerns about the recession. In addition, continuing uncertainty surrounding US-China trade negotiations is pushing markets.Chinese indices on Wednesday also fall. So, the SSE index of the Shanghai Stock Exchange lost 0.29 percent, the SZSE index of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, which is mainly traded by Chinese state-owned companies, fell 0.31 percent, while the Dow Jones Shanghai index fell 0.39 percent.Other Asian markets, meanwhile, have shown cautious growth. The Japanese Nikkei index rose 0.11 percent, Australia shares rose 0.45 percent, and the Korean KOSPI index rose 0.86 percent.Bidding on the Mosbir started on Wednesday with mixed movements of quotes. The Mosbirzhi index at the opening of trading fell compared to the previous session closing level by 0.11 percent, the RTS index added 0.18 percent. At the time of writing, the value of the dollar rose to 66.45 rubles, the euro fell to 73.68 rubles.