U.S. oil just tumbled below $100 a barrel — What that says about recession fears and tight crude supplies

Concerns about a recession and a drop in energy demand pushed US benchmark West Texas Intermediate crude prices below $100 a barrel for the first time in months on Tuesday. This has helped traders speak of a potential 'buying opportunity', although some analysts are anticipating further downside.

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