Futures Movers: U.S. oil prices fall below $100 a barrel as China COVID spread triggers fresh demand worries

Oil futures decline on Monday, with U.S. prices below $100 a barrel — on track for the lowest finish in two weeks — as worries over spreading COVID cases in China and Fed tightening weighing on prospects for energy demand.

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