London — Oil slipped further below $58 a barrel on Thursday, pressured by the concern about global economic growth, oil demand and signs of excess supply despite Opec-led cuts.

Eurozone business growth stalled in September, a survey on Thursday showed, a day after the US announced import tariffs on EU products. US crude inventories rose 3.1-million barrels last week, more than forecast...

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