Brent oil price decreased around 0.72% during the week ending May 14.
International benchmark Brent crude traded at $67.80 at 1156 GMT on Friday, posting around a 0.72% decrease from Monday when it registered $68.32 per barrel at 0654 GMT.
American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) traded at $64.55 at the same time on Friday, at the same level on Monday.
Brent prices rose today and reversed some of the Thursday's sharp losses as stock markets strengthened, though gains were capped by the coronavirus situation in huge oil consumer India and the restart of the Colonial pipeline in the US.
Colonial Pipeline, operator of the largest U.S. fuel pipeline, said Wednesday it is restarting operations after being shut down for five days due to a cyberattack.
The pipeline returned to service after that cyberattack and Thursday each of its markets received product from it. The Colonial runs with almost half of its capacity.
Also, coronavirus cases remained high in major oil consumer India. The country recorded more than 4,000 COVID-19 deaths for a second straight day on Thursday.
By Murat Temizer