WTI remains depressed for the third straight day and languishes near a two-month low. Receding fears about supply disruptions from the Middle East war weigh on Oil prices. Worries that a slowdown in China will dent fuel demand contribute to the offered tone. The commodity remains depressed below the $81.00/barrel mark through the Asian session and seems poised to weaken further in the wake of easing global supply concerns.
A Caixin-sponsored survey also confirmed the official figures and showed that activity in China’s manufacturing sector contracted in October. This suggests that stimulus efforts from China only provided limited support to the fragile economic recovery. This comes amid worries about headwinds stemming from rising borrowing costs and validates the negative outlook for Crude Oil prices.
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