Brent dips below $111 on reduced fears of Libyan supply


Brent futures continued to fall this morning, after Libyan supply fears were diminished. Yesterday, the Libyan government negotiated with a rebel leader to finally return the last two captured terminals. Brent futures continued yesterday's decline, setting a new three-week low, by falling below $111 a barrel.

Additionally, crude stocks were reported as falling by more than expected last week, dropping 3.2M barrels, compared to a previous decrease estimate of a 2.2M barrels.

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