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Brent crude enters bear market at below $70

FT.com Friday, 9 November 2018
Brent crude enters bear market at below $70Sharp reversal since early October comes as US allies ramp up output
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News video: Trump’s Iran Sanctions Fail To Diminish Oil Supply Fears

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According to Business Insider, Trump’s Iran sanctions fail to diminish oil supply fears. Oil prices dropped below $70 a barrel for the first time since April, having reached as high as $86 last month, on the back of trade fears and waning growth. Brent now sits at $69.68, down 1.8%. Expectations...

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