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Athens : NY : USA | almost 2 years ago  
Petrobras's shares on Friday spiraled 4.3% lower as crude-oil prices fell 4%. The decline in the shares contributed to the Ibovespa's 2.1% slide on Friday...With an eye toward the...
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