The futures of international oil benchmarks were trading higher on Sunday at 6:00 in the afternoon Mexico City time.
The European benchmark Brent from the North Sea, traded at 82.93 dollars per barrel, this is an increase of 0.70%, while the American West Texas Intermediate (WTI) traded at 81.53 dollars a barrel, a slight increase of 0.44 percent.
Last week crude oil closed lower, with WTI losing 2.75%, the Mexican mix falling 2.49% and Brent down 1.94 percent.
On Wall Street, the major indices started the uneven week, with the NASDAQ mini falling 0.14% to 16,329 points, the S&P 500 mini was at 4,688.50 whole and losing 0.04% and the Dow Jones mini industrial average rose 0.04% to 36,231 points.
The previous week these indices reported gains, with the NASDAQ technology rising 3.05%, the S&P 500 2% and the Dow Jones 1.42%.
In its first movements of the week, in the Asian market, the peso stood at 20.3780 units per dollar, this is a depreciation of 3.90 cents or 0.19 percent.
The peso ended on Friday at 20.3390 units per dollar, gaining ground against that currency, dropping 1.31% or 27 cents less.
Meanwhile, in Asia, the Nikkei 225 index of the Tokyo Stock Exchange opened Monday with a gain of 0.19 percent. Contrary to the Kospi, in Korea, which presented a decrease of 1.09%, standing at 2,936.91 integers.