OIL FUTURES fell more than $2 a barrel on Monday, with WTI (West Texas Intermediate, the benchmark for the US light oil market) hitting an 11-month low as protests in China escalated. The world’s second-biggest economy is the biggest importer of WTI, but fears about demand grew as protests against tough COVID-19 restrictions mounted.

Brent crude (the most traded oil benchmark) fell $2.16, or 2.6 percent, to trade at 1438 IST at $81.44 a barrel, having previously fallen to $81.16…



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