No end in sight for the oil slide

The oil price has reached the lowest level in almost five years on Tuesday morning, and is thus hovering at financial crisis levels.

Photo: Gazprom

There seems to be no end in sight to the oil slide on the international commodity markets on Tuesday morning.

The oil prices continue to slide and are now approaching the lowest level in five years - namely since the financial crisis was raging in 2009.

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