Oil prices fell today after rising more than $3 in the previous session, as a stronger dollar curbed demand for oil, and concerns about a faltering global economic outlook weighed on market sentiment.
Reuters reported that Brent crude futures fell 91 cents, or one percent, to $88.41 a barrel.
US crude futures fell 80 cents, or 1 percent, to $81.33.
The two benchmarks witnessed a rise in the previous two sessions amid trading volatility, after they reached their lowest level in nine months this week.
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