- Oil prices plunged to an all-time low on Monday as uncertainty mounted around storage of excess supply.
- The coronavirus pandemic has torpedoed demand for the commodity, with fuel use in cars and planes slumping.
- The commodity fallen over the past week even after OPEC and its allies agreed to a historic production cut intended to backstop prices.
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