Oil Slips Below $54 as Trade Fears Outweigh U.S. Gasoline Demand
A cantilevered inlet pipe sits connected to oil tanker ‘Erik Walther’ during an oil delivery at the Erik Walther GmbH oil terminal on the River Rhine in Schweinfurt, Germany. (Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg)

Oil Slips Below $54 as Trade Fears Outweigh U.S. Gasoline Demand

(Bloomberg) -- Oil slipped below $54 a barrel after a short-lived spike as anxieties about global trade and a supply glut overshadowed record gasoline consumption in the U.S.
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