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  4. Iran news: How USA is tracking China’s tanker movements - is China secret ally to Iran?  Express.co.uk
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Oil markets took a turn for the worst following new Trump tariff tweets, with WTI and Brent both tumbling by nearly 8 percent on MondayOil markets took a turn for the worst following new Trump tariff tweets, with WTI and Brent both tumbling by nearly 8 percent on Monday

Hedge Funds Turn Their Back On Oil | OilPrice.com

Just the collapse of trade growth has shorn 500,000 bpd out of oil demandJust the collapse of trade growth has shorn 500,000 bpd out of oil demand

‘At the edge of a cliff’: Oil prices could plummet to US$40 if U.S.-China trade war drags down global economy | Financial Post

(Bloomberg) -- Brent oil slid into bear-market territory, as the U.S.-China trade spat threatened to expand into a currency war and investors despaired about the damage to crude demand.The rout for London-traded futures picked up speed as Tuesday’s session drew to a close, with Brent ending the day down(Bloomberg) -- Brent oil slid into bear-market territory, as the U.S.-China trade spat threatened to expand into a currency war and investors despaired about the damage to crude demand.The rout for London-traded futures picked up speed as Tuesday’s session drew to a close, with Brent ending the day down

Oil Slumps Into Bear Market as Trade Tensions Feed Demand Angst

TANKERS linked to China is being tracked by the USA amid threat Beijing is a secret ally to Iran.TANKERS linked to China is being tracked by the USA amid threat Beijing is a secret ally to Iran.

Iran news: How USA is tracking China’s tanker movements - is China secret ally to Iran? | World | News | Express.co.uk

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“Among biggest losers of the trade war? Harold Hamm, one of @realDonaldTrump's biggest backers. Continental Resources down over 50% in past year as oil prices tumble, down 3.5% today.”

Gregory Zuckerman on Twitter: "Among biggest losers of the trade war? Harold Hamm, one of @realDonaldTrump's biggest backers. Continental Resources down over 50% in past year as oil prices tumble, down 3.5% today."

“Crude Oil Price Drop May Speed Up as US-China Trade War Sizzles - https://t.co/CbFmrpl5lO #crudeoil #OOTT #Tradewar”

Ilya Spivak on Twitter: "Crude Oil Price Drop May Speed Up as US-China Trade War Sizzles - https://t.co/CbFmrpl5lO #crudeoil #OOTT #Tradewar"

“A couple million people working in health insurance hearing in the debates their industry needs to go away. Now a couple million oil & gas workers sweating their jobs as the trade war crushes oil prices & puts shale boom at risk Will the consumer fold & take economy with them?”

Brian Sullivan on Twitter: "A couple million people working in health insurance hearing in the debates their industry needs to go away. Now a couple million oil & gas workers sweating their jobs as the trade war crushes oil prices & puts shale boom at risk Will the consumer fold & take economy with them?"

“Oil prices plunge on new trade war fears https://t.co/vlbgEmWupj”

Fabrizio Goria on Twitter: "Oil prices plunge on new trade war fears https://t.co/vlbgEmWupj"

(Bloomberg) -- The international oil benchmark closed below $60 dollars a barrel for the first time in almost two months as worsening U.S.-China trade relations intensified fears about the health of the global economy, prompting investors across financial markets to flee risky assets.Futures fell 3.4%(Bloomberg) -- The international oil benchmark closed below $60 dollars a barrel for the first time in almost two months as worsening U.S.-China trade relations intensified fears about the health of the global economy, prompting investors across financial markets to flee risky assets.Futures fell 3.4%

Oil Falls as Soaring Trade-War Tensions Spark Flight From Risk

Crude prices failed to recover on Tuesday afternoon, despite yet another bullish inventory report from the APICrude prices failed to recover on Tuesday afternoon, despite yet another bullish inventory report from the API

Crude Inventory Draw Unable To Boost Oil Prices | OilPrice.com

In the latest round of hostilities between the world's two biggest economies, Washington announced new tariffs on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, while Beijing asked state-owned companies to halt imports of US farm products and devalued the yuan.In the latest round of hostilities between the world's two biggest economies, Washington announced new tariffs on another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, while Beijing asked state-owned companies to halt imports of US farm products and devalued the yuan.

Bank of America Warns China's Purchases of Iranian Crude Could Trigger Oil Market Crash - Sputnik International

Oil prices slipped further on Wednesday, extending recent heavy losses as deepening Sino-U.S. trade tensions weighed on the outlook for the global economy and energy demand.Oil prices slipped further on Wednesday, extending recent heavy losses as deepening Sino-U.S. trade tensions weighed on the outlook for the global economy and energy demand.

Oil prices fell more than 1% on Tuesday, with Brent crude settling near seven-month lows below $60 a barrel as trade tensions between the U.S. and China intensified worries about weakening global demand.Oil prices fell more than 1% on Tuesday, with Brent crude settling near seven-mo...

Brent oil in bear market as China-U.S. trade tensions mount - Reuters

LONDON: Oil prices fell on Monday on global growth concerns after US President Donald Trump threatened China with more tariffs, which could limit crude demand from the world’s two biggest buyers. Brent crude futures were down 71 cents, or 1.15 percent, to $61.18 per barrel by 1050 GMT. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures were down 56 cents, or 1.01 percent, toLONDON: Oil prices fell on Monday on global growth concerns after US President Donald Trump threatened China with more tariffs, which could limit crude demand from the world’s two biggest buyers.

Oil prices fall as trade war concerns hit demand outlook | Arab News

Oil markets are among the latest victims in the escalating U.S.-China trade war. President Trump's Aug. 1 sanctions on $300 billion worth of Chinse goods caused oil prices to crash 8% on fears of global economic recession and slowing energy demand, their single largest drop in over three years.Oil markets are among the latest victims in the escalating U.S.-China trade war. President Trump's Aug. 1 sanctions on $300 billion worth of Chinse goods caused oil prices to crash 8% on fears of global economic recession and slowing energy demand, their single largest drop in over three years.

Trump's China Trade War Hammering Oil Markets

Oil prices opened the week lower after China pushed back on Trump, letting its currency depreciate in a reaction to last week’s trade war escalationOil prices opened the week lower after China pushed back on Trump, letting its currency depreciate in a reaction to last week’s trade war escalation

Oil Crashes On New Trade War Escalation | OilPrice.com

On Tuesday, the API (American Petroleum Institute) is scheduled to report its weekly inventory data for the week ending August 2.On Tuesday, the API (American Petroleum Institute) is scheduled to report its weekly inventory data for the week ending August 2.

API Inventory Data: Eighth Consecutive Weekly Draw? - Market Realist

Oil price remain on their back foot and the continued trade threats permeating the headlines may give bears another run lower.Oil price remain on their back foot and the continued trade threats permeating the headlines may give bears another run lower.

Crude Oil Outlook: Oil Prices Bounce from Fresh Low, Find Resistance

According to a recent report, China’s largest state-run oil company may be importing Iranian crude, a move which could send trade tensions over the edgeAccording to a recent report, China’s largest state-run oil company may be importing Iranian crude, a move which could send trade tensions over the edge

The U.S. Might Sanction China’s Largest Oil Company | OilPrice.com