Oil prices fell on Monday to their lowest in more than a year, dragged down by worries about lower demand in top crude importer China after a new coronavirus outbreak spread from there to around 20 other countries.  Brent crude was at $56.26 a barrel by 0926 GMT, down 36 cents. Prices dropped by more than a $1 earlier in the session to $55.42, the lowest since January 2019. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude fell 5 cents to $51.51 a barrel, after earlier hitting a session low of $50.42, the lowest since January 2019. On the first day of trade in China after the New Year holiday, investors erased $393 billion from China’s benchmark stock […]