Oil Prices Pressured By Stronger Dollar, Global Oversupply of Crude – Wall Street Journal


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Oil Prices Pressured By Stronger Dollar, Global Oversupply of Crude
Wall Street Journal
Oil prices fell Friday, pressured by a stronger dollar and growing pessimism that the global oversupply of crude remains strong. January crude closed down $1.33, or 3.1%, to $41.71 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent, the global
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