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Oil drops after warnings on US economy and global crude demand

WorldNews Thursday, 24 September 2020
Oil drops after warnings on US economy and global crude demandOil dropped toward $39 a barrel, even after a decline in American crude and fuel stockpiles following warnings over global energy demand and the state of the US economy. Futures in New York fell 1 percent after rising for a second day on Wednesday. Federal Reserve officials stressed that more fiscal stimulus is critical to sustain the US economic recovery,...
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