(Reuters) – Oil prices fell by about 1 percent on Friday, with global demand rising and investors fearing that oil demand might slow down, and the longest daily loss of US oil since 1984.
Brent crude oil
Brent crude fell 47 cents or 0.7 percent to settle at $ 70.18 per barrel. Crude oil dropped to about 3.6 percent per week and to 15 percent in this quarter.
US West Texas Medium-term crude futures, according to data, ranked 10th, the longest losing line since July 1984.
US crude oil decreased by 48 cents or 0.8% from $ 60 to $ 60 & # 39; a regressed.
US crude oil was $ 59.26, down $ 1.14 from the top in October, down 22% from a peak.