Oil jumps as much as 6%, snapping longest losing streak since 2019


Pump jacks at the Belridge Oil Field and hydraulic fracking site which is the fourth largest oil field in California.

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Oil prices jumped Monday, snapping a seven-day losing streak that was crude’s worst since 2019, as the dollar pulled back and traders bet the recent selling was overdone.

“News of zero new cases in China has certainly provided a tailwind as it gives added light at the end of the Covid tunnel and a breath of fresh air to the demand landscape,” noted analysts at Blue Line Futures. “Additionally, the U.S. Dollar has retreated from recent highs, underpinning the commodity landscape broadly.”

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