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With Corona worsening ... oil prices are at their lowest level in 17 years

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With Corona worsening ... oil prices are at their lowest level in 17 years Empty With Corona worsening ... oil prices are at their lowest level in 17 years

Post by rocky on Mon 30 Mar 2020, 2:24 am

With Corona worsening ... oil prices are at their lowest level in 17 years

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With Corona worsening ... oil prices are at their lowest level in 17 years -908
  
{International: Al Furat News} Oil prices collapsed Monday in the Asian markets following the deterioration of other financial markets and the exacerbation of the new Corona virus crisis over the weekend.
The price of WTI in the United States lost 5.3 percent to $ 20 a barrel, while the North Sea Brent barrel fell 6.5 percent to $ 23 for the first time since 2003.
This collapse came as the death toll from a pandemic exceeded 19,309 cases were reported, mostly in Italy and Spain, with a significant increase in the number of injuries in the United States, which recorded about 140,000 cases with more than 2,400 deaths.
 The surge in casualties has prompted U.S. President Donald Trump to be less optimistic about a return to economic activity in the United States, although he was stressing that this was possible by mid-April.
Trump's epidemic counselor, Doctor Anthony Fuchi, drew a scary scenario about the development of the crisis, with his estimate that the virus could lead to the death of "one hundred thousand to two hundred thousand people" in the country.
Oil markets began to collapse weeks ago, with governments around the world imposing travel restrictions and isolation measures to contain the virus, and the rise in reserves led to a drop in prices.
Last week, stock markets rebounded and oil prices rose with the announcement of governments around the world a huge recovery of measures to support the economy Alaalmi.anthy
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