Oil falls on storage woes in virus-hit market, producers start slashing outputs

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Photo: File SINGAPORE: US oil prices fell heavily Monday on renewed concerns over storage capacity as the coronavirus throttles demand, even as producers start slashing output to boost markets. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate dropped 9.3% to $15.36 a barrel in Asian morning trade. Brent crude, the international benchmark, was off 3.2%

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