LONDON (AFP) Crude oil prices fell on Monday, hit by weak economic data in the United States and China, the worlds two biggest consumers of energy, analysts said. New Yorks main contract, light sweet crude for delivery in October, dropped $1.57 to $84.88 a barrel. In London, Brent North Sea crude for October shed $1.05 to $111.28. Jobs data in the US for August indicates that job markets may be stalling, and some data from China also shows reduced economic growth, Victor Shum, an analyst at energy consultants Purvin and Gertz, told AFP. The highly-awaited US non-farm payrolls report released last Friday showed that the economy of the worlds largest oil consumer creating no jobs in August, leaving the unemployment rate at a stubbornly high 9.1pc.