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NOV 21, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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Russia Can Survive An Oil Price War

Submitted by Colin Chilcoat via OilPrice.com, After a frosty reception at the G20 summit in Australia this week, Russian President Vladimir Putin required some much needed rest, at least according to the official explanation given for his conspicuously early departure from the proceedings. All things considered it could have been a lot worse. Russia finds itself in familiar territory after ...

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NOV 14, 2014 - Business Insider

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The Era Of $100 A Barrel Oil Is Over

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is forecasting that the days of $100 a barrel crude oil may be over, at least for now.  In its Oil Market Report, released on Friday, the agency wrote: "While there has been some speculation that the high cost of unconventional oil production might set a new equilibrium for Brent prices in the $80 to ...

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NOV 11, 2014 - Benzinga

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Brent Below $82 As Supply Grows

Brent crude oil prices continued to waver on Tuesday as a growing supply glut and a strong U.S. dollar weighed. The commodity traded at $81.66 with geopolitical problems in Ukraine and Libya having little impact on its price.

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NOV 10, 2014 - Business Insider

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Asian Shares Edge Lower, Supply Concerns Keep Oil Down

By Lisa TwaroniteTOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares and the dollar got off to a lackluster start on Tuesday as oil prices continued to drop, while Japanese shares marked early gains.Crude oil prices shrugged off concerns about conflicts in Libya and Ukraine and continued to sag. Fears about a global supply glut and slowing growth have pushed oil prices down nearly ...

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NOV 10, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Asian shares edge lower, supply concerns keep oil down

By Lisa Twaronite TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares and the dollar got off to a lackluster start on Tuesday as oil prices continued to drop, while Japanese shares marked early gains. Crude oil prices shrugged off concerns about conflicts in Libya and Ukraine and continued to sag. Fears about a global supply glut and slowing growth have pushed oil prices ...

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