Global Crude Oil Prices Held Down By Growth But OPEC Risks Loom Says IEA
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Global Crude Oil Prices Held Down By Growth But OPEC Risks Loom Says IEA

Vienna : Austria | Jul 12, 2012 at 2:13 AM PDT
Source: International Business Times
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Global crude oil prices are unlikely to rise in the second half of the year, according to the International Energy Agency 's latest report, as economies around the world slow and demand wanes. Share This Story The IEA trimmed its estimate for daily oil demand growth to around 800,000 barrels, taking... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
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