OIL PRICES UNRAVEL TO LOWEST LEVEL IN 12 MONTHS AS CORONAVIRUS THREAT LOOMS

Reuters The key US and global gauges of oil prices tumbled Thursday, after TheWall Street Journal reported WTI closed on Wednesday at its lowest price since January 2019. As reports around the coronavirus health crisis worsen, investors fear the economic slowdown resulting from it that will eat into oil demand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The downward spiral in oil continues.  WTI crude toppled 2.71% from its...

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