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NEW YORK: Oil prices fell on Monday after four days of gains as expectations U.S. crude stockpiles will rise and worries about weak Chinese industrial data offset hopes oildemand will increase if talks progress on a Sino-American trade deal.
TOKYO: Oil prices fell for a fourth day on Wednesday, extending losses after a surge in U.S. inventories surprised investors, overshadowing an interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve.
NEW YORK: Oil prices edged higher on Thursday as investors hoped the world's biggest producers would cut output more while they largely shrugged off forecasts of slumping demand due to the coronavirus outbreak in top oilimporter China.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell below US$30 a barrel on Monday after the worldwide coronavirus outbreak worsened over the weekend, exacerbating fears that government lockdowns to contain the spread of the disease would spark a global recession.
LONDON/NEW YORK: Physical crude prices slumped worldwide on Monday, falling faster than comparable benchmark futures as merchants offered big discounts on shipments and the market braced for a flood of oil from Saudi Arabia and Russia.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell more than 1% on Thursday, extending the previous session's 3% drop, pressured by mounting recession concerns and a surprise boost in U.S. crude inventories.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell on Friday after China unveiled retaliatory tariffs against about $75 billion worth of U.S. goods including crude oil, another escalation of a protracted trade dispute between the world's two largest economies.
HOUSTON: U.S. oil futures rose more than 1% on Thursday, lifted by a steep drop in U.S. crude inventories, especially at the benchmark's delivery hub due to increased demand with the start-up of two new West Texas pipelines.
HOUSTON: Oil prices rose above $61 a barrel on Friday after the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve said the central bank will act "as appropriate" to sustain an economic expansion in the world's biggest economy that has been pressured by uncertainty over global trade.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose about 1% on Friday as an increase in U.S. jobs eased some financial market concerns that a slowing global economy could dent oil demand, but crude fell more than 5% on the week, its second consecutive weekly decline.