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The big oil bust of 2014 may be even bigger in 2015

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Since mid-June, crude prices have dropped roughly 40 per cent, from US$115 a barrel for the Brent benchmark to about US$70 a barrel now.

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SINCE mid-June, crude prices have dropped roughly 40 per cent, from US$115 a barrel for the Brent benchmark to about US$70 a barrel now. US petrol prices have fallen almost a dollar a gallon (3.79 litre), from US$3.63 in June to US$2.74 in early December. These declines signal

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