Brent crude oil prices slip below $85/barrel for first time since January

Central banks in numerous oil-consuming countries, including the United States, the world's biggest crude user, have raised interest rates to fight surging inflation which has led to concerns the tightening could trigger an economic slowdown.

Brent crude oil prices slip below $85/barrel for first time since January
Central banks in numerous oil-consuming countries, including the United States, the world's biggest crude user, have raised interest rates to fight surging inflation which has led to concerns the tightening could trigger an economic slowdown.