A weaker US dollar makes dollar-denominated commodities less expensive for holders of other currencies.
Investors sold oil positions on worries that aggressive interest rate hikes to stem inflation will sharply slow economic activity and hit oil demand.
Analysts say market volatility is likely to pick up again soon, with the EU still weighing a ban on Russian oil for the country's military operation in Ukraine.
A sharp rise in energy prices could spell trouble for economies already reeling under the impact of high inflation.
Asia-Pacific shares sink after Russian President Putin recognises two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine as 'independent'. Russian rouble hits 18-month low and brent crude races to seven-year high.
With the launch of the Murban crude futures contract, Abu Dhabi seeks to consolidate its position as a major oil producer for years to come.
Ankara’s intensification of exploration and drilling activities will coincide with easing of pandemic restrictions, with Exxon Mobil, Eni, and Total suspending activities until next year.
US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 futures skidded by as much as 16 percent and were off 14.7 percent, or $1.88 cents, at $10.90 a barrel as of 0158 GMT. WTI plunged 25 percent on Monday.
US crude oil futures turned negative for the first time in history as storage space was filling up, discouraging buyers as weak economic data from Germany and Japan cast doubt on when fuel consumption will recover.
Prices recently crashed as the coronavirus pandemic saps global demand, with the situation compounded by a supply glut resulting from a price war between Opec cartel kingpin Saudi Arabia and non-Opec rival Russia.
After an unfruitful meeting at OPEC headquarters in Vienna on Friday, Saudi Arabia failed to convince Russia to cut output. In retaliation, the country decided on Saturday to slash prices and increase output.
Prices are falling as Saudi Arabia, Russia and other oil-producing countries argue how much to cut production in order to prop up prices.
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