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Thursday, 9 March 2017

Oil Drops Below $50 for First Time Since December on Supply Glut - Bloomberg

Oil Drops Below $50 for First Time Since December on Supply Glut - Bloomberg:

"Oil dropped below $50 for the first time since December after concerns that OPEC’s output cuts aren’t tempering a surplus in the U.S. triggered the biggest slump in more than a year.

Futures dropped as much as 2.2 percent in New York to $49.20 after losing 5.7 percent the previous three sessions. Stockpiles rose 8.2 million to the highest level in weekly government data since 1982. Harold Hamm, the U.S. shale oil billionaire, warned on Wednesday that the industry could “kill” the crude market if it embarks on another spending binge."



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