Crude oil futures dropped below $92 a barrel in New York early today, in one of the few bright aftershocks of the turmoil on Wall Street. Oil’s fall, the steepest two-day drop in almost four years, was attributed to concerns that Wall Street’s pain could crimp demand. “There’s a good possibility prices will fall further before they stabilize,” said Commerzbank analyst Carsten Fritsch in Frankfurt. (Bloomberg)
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