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Sberbank - Commodities Daily - January 22, 2021: > Oil prices slide ahead of today\'s EIA inventory report. Today, oil investors will be focused on the EIA inventory report due at 19:00 Moscow time. We expect it to show a 3-4 mln bbl crude stock build,…

Saudi Arabia plans to raise about $5 billion in the bond market to help cover financing needs heightened by last year’s slide in oil prices

Oil prices slide as traders focus on U.S. fiscal package in Christmas Eve trade

Oil prices rise tepidly, attempt to claw back from weekly slide

Sberbank - Commodities Daily - December 23, 2020: > Oil prices slide ahead of EIA US weekly inventory update. Besides the EIA weekly inventory update, today\'s agenda also includes Baker Hughes rig count data, US November durable goods orders, US…

Oil prices extend slide as COVID lockdown fears amplify demand worries

Oil prices slide after OPEC+ talks delays escalate supply concerns #oilprice 

Oil prices slide from March’s highs on rising OPEC+ tensions. #oilpirce  #OPEC  #UAE  #Russia  #Saudi  #oildemand  #oilnadgasnews 


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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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