Oil prices plunged more than five percent to an eight-month low today as the U.S. dollar hit its strongest level in more than two decades and on fears rising interest rates will tip major economies into recession.
Brent futures fell $4.75 to $85.71a barrel.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude fell $5.90 to $78.30.
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