U.S. oil prices end below $100 a barrel as China COVID spread triggers fresh demand worries


Oil futures fell sharply on Monday, with the U.S. benchmark ending below $100 a barrel for the lowest finish in two weeks, as worries over spreading COVID cases in China weigh on prospects for energy demand. That has added to concerns that Federal Reserve tightening could also weaken the outlook for the commodity. Price action Market drivers Oil sold off amid the ongoing lockdowns in Shanghai ...

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