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Crude prices slump as Opec targets US shale

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Crude oil prices hit four-year lows last week after Opec held output levels despite global oversupply, in a move perceived by some analysts as an attack on booming US shale energy.

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CRUDE oil prices hit four-year lows last week after Opec held output levels despite global oversupply, in a move perceived by some analysts as an attack on booming US shale energy. Heavy falls in the oil market also dragged down many other commodities, despite holiday-shortened

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