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Oil falls on weaker economic growth forecasts and swelling U.S. crude stocks

Reuters Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Oil prices fell on Tuesday, as investors worried that the unrelenting U.S.-China trade war would keep squeezing the global economy, and that swelling U.S. crude inventories would further pressure prices.
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