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Sberbank - Commodities Daily - January 14, 2020: > Oil prices slide on concerns over market fundamental weakness. Today, the December US CPI data is due at 16:30 and the monthly EIA report at 20:00 Moscow time. We think that US inflation will be in line…

Stock market: Dow futures slide 100 points, oil prices jump as Iran tensions escalate via @JessicaMenton  @USATODAYmoney 

Oil prices jump and stocks slide on escalating US-Iran tensions. Sell-off pulls S&P 500 into negative territory for the week, snapping the benchmark’s five-week winning streak

Oil prices jump and markets slide on escalating US-Iran tensions

#Crudeoil prices ease on end-of-year profit-taking | #OOTT  * Oil at three-month highs prompts profit-taking * US dollar futures halt slide * Market ignores Middle East tensions due to lack of supply threat Full story:

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Oil prices are set to slide amid glut, banks predict.

Oil prices slide for second straight day as US-China tariff deadline looms #USChinaTradeWar 

CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures slide on lower oil prices via Reuters #news  #reuters 

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Watching the markets today: Dow slumps 150 points, or 0.6%, at Friday's opening bell. S&P 500 and Nasdaq slide about 0.4%. US oil prices plummet 6%, sinking into a deeper bear market. Crude briefly broke below $51 a barrel.

Oil prices slide amid glut concerns, U.S. withdrawal from climate deal

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Oil prices continue slide; WTI nearing six-month low as supply glut weighs

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Oil prices slide after freeze deal failure, leaving world with an excess of unwanted crude:

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BREAKING: Glencore profit plunges by 69% as prices for metals and oil slide

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#BREAKING Russia's stock exchange drops more than 3.5% and ruble falls on back of the latest slide in oil prices below $30 a barrel

Rising tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran isn't enough to stop the slide in oil prices:

Dow falls 300 points as oil prices continue to slide. Crude drops to $35.59 a barrel.

Oil prices continue slide: Brent, the global benchmark, falls below $40 a barrel for the first time since March 2009

Oil prices keep falling. Big banks are predicting the slide could continue well into 2015:

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