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Winners and losers as the oil price falls towards $50

The fall in the oil price — just above $52 a barrel for Brent at the end of the week, a drop of more than a third in less than 90 days since the beginning of October — is more than another symptom of the market uncertainty surrounding the US economy that produced dramatic end-of-year falls in stock prices.

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The fall in the oil price — just above $52 a barrel for Brent at the end of the week, a drop of more than a third in less than 90 days since the beginning of October — is more than another symptom of the market uncertainty surrounding the US economy that produced dramatic end-of-year falls in stock prices.



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