Oil prices were down on Thursday after data showed U.S. crude stockpiles unexpectedly rose last week.
Oil prices were trading down more than 1% in energy commodities on Monday after hitting their lowest since July.
Oil prices fell overnight, with much of the blame being thrown on the Wall Street stock sell-off.
Oil futures fell Thursday, with the U.S. benchmark trading at its lowest in energy commodities since Aug. 4.
Gold prices continued to fall on Wednesday in Asia’s commodities.
Gold futures traded around break-even levels in Commodities on Monday.
Oil has ground higher over the past week. Brent and WTI remain confined within their one-month trading ranges, although near the top ends.
Gold futures on Wednesday headed lower.
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