Crude oil prices fell on Wednesday as the euro zone debt concern escalated and reinforced concerns about slowing economic growth, while U.S. gasoline futures jumped more than 3% due to depressed inventories and supply uncertainty.

Brent November crude fell 41 cents to settle at$110.04 a barrel, after stumbling to $108.45. Brent hit a six-week low of $107.10 last Thursday, but remained on track this week to post a 12 % gain for the third quarter.

U.S. November crude tumbled $1.39 to settle at $89.98 a barrel, below its 100-day moving average of $90.27 and the lowest settlement and first under $90 since Aug. 2. Wednesday’session low of $88.95 was its lowest since prices hit $87.23 intraday on Aug. 3.

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