Brent crude oil futures extend losses below $110/bbl and WTI crude slips toward $91 after U.S....
Brent crude oil futures extend losses below $110/bbl and WTI crude slips toward $91 after U.S. payrolls data indicates labor markets are on a path toward sustained job creation. The restart of the North Sea pipeline system, no change in policy from either the Bank of England or ECB, and indications of increased OPEC exports also are keeping a lid on Brent prices.
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