29.10.2008 - Oil dips below $63 as faltering demand trumps OPEC
From Guardian: Oil prices dipped below $63 a barrel on Tuesday as concerns about faltering demand offset OPEC comments suggesting the producer group could throttle back output again to support prices. U.S. crude settled down 49 cents at $62.73 a barrel, before rising to $64.10 in post-settlement trade. London Brent crude settled $1.12 lower at $60.29 a barrel..... Full Article: Source