As Brent crude oil dips below $100/bbl - as low as $97.70 intraday - analysts and brokers say the price could fall up to another $25/bbl in the next few weeks if the sour sentiment in broader markets continues. The oil futures market is already oversold, but speculators actively withdrawing bets on higher prices are adding momentum to the fall, Saxo Bank's Ole Hansen says.
As Brent crude oil dips below $100/bbl - as low as $97.70 intraday - analysts and brokers say...
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