Sluggish air travel demand could weaken oil prices in 2021

Air travel in the U.S. has stalled at 60 percent of pre-coronavirus demand, a situation similar to much of the world. China is the exception, where the government’s ability to better contain the virus helped improve air travel sooner. The result: weaker demand for jet fuel could lead to lower prices worldwide. Insights via @CME Group:

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