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WTI loses 22% for month, deepest slide since financial crisis.
Futures tumbled as much as 1.8 percent in New York, after sliding 2.6 percent in the previous two sessions.
Oil pared gains as traders awaited weekly U.S. inventory data and any signs from Saudi-Russia talks to prevent a global surplus.
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Oil fell after rising the most in almost 2 months as major oil exporters prepare to discuss output policy amid rising volatility.
Hedge funds haven’t been this pessimistic about global oil prices since almost three years ago.
Oil notched its biggest weekly loss since the depths of the last price crash.
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Oil prices surged the most in 7 weeks as declines in refined product inventories outweighed another increase in crude stockpiles.
Since hitting a four-year high in early October, crude prices have now crashed about 30 percent.
The International Energy Agency noted spare output capacity in Saudi Arabia remains low.
Hedge funds are betting OPEC will struggle to reverse oil’s precipitous plunge.
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U.S. oil prices plunged 7.1 percent on Tuesday, the most in three years, before recovering some ground later in the week.
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Traders assessed signs of rising U.S. crude inventories against the prospect of OPEC and allies cutting output.
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