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After China reported a significant drop in its automobile sales in January, the concerns of fuel demand enveloped the world’s second-largest oil user. This affected the oil prices and led to its decline on Monday. Brent dropped and was traded at $66.20 per barrel. It was majorly hit by the weak Chinese car sales data. WTI, on the other hand, increased a little and was at $55.82 per barrel.