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Oil's biggest traders argue over what price should be

London

THE world's biggest oil traders said that crude could rise above US$60 a barrel in a year as demand grows and the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) keeps cutting production. Or it might fall to US$45 as another wave of US shale hits the market.

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