Oil extends decline as virus hits China demand

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Pump jacks operate in front of a drilling rig in an oil field in Midland

Oil costs expanded their misfortunes on Monday, hauled somewhere around stresses over lower request in China, the world’s biggest oil merchant, following a coronavirus episode there.

Brent and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) unrefined fell for a fourth week straight a week ago after aircrafts dropped flights to China. Supply chains over the world’s second-biggest economy have likewise been upset, provoking its greatest purifier Sinopec to cut yield.

Brent unrefined was at $56.14 a barrel by 0241 GMT, down 48 pennies, or 0.9%, in the wake of losing about 12% in January, the steepest month to month decay since November 2018.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) unrefined fell 24 pennies to $51.32 a barrel, after prior hitting a session low of $50.42. The front-month WTI value fell 15.6% in January, the greatest month to month drop since May.

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