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For the first time in over a year WTI went below the $50 a barrel.
The US benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude ended Friday’s session down $4.21, or 7.7pc, at $50.42.
A couple of months are too long a period in the crude world. Things change rapidly.
The overheated crude markets have finally cooled down — and just before the mid-term elections in the US.
In the wake of changing global economic scenario, the attention has now shifted to demand destruction.
Al Dakhil cautions that in case actions are taken against Riyadh, the US will “stab its own economy to death”.
How are China and India reacting to the upcoming embargo on Iranian oil?
Crude is in for tumultuous times. Panic is taking over markets. And screws are being tightened on Saudi Arabia.
Iran's production "is going to be significantly less than it was, and probably lower than expected."
Trump once against castigated the Opec, blaming them for high oil prices.
The oil kingdom is back in the saddle.