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WALL STREET INSIGHT

Market volatility likely to continue into this week

Fall in oil prices, weak data from eurozone and Federal Reserve rate policy all add to investor concerns

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Oilfield services firms led the selloff on concerns that oil price falls will push producers to slow operations or halt drilling.

US stocks endured the most volatile week since November 2011 as traders lurched in and out of the market amid fears about the global economic recovery, Federal Reserve policy and the future of the US shale boom.

The volatility is likely to persist this week unless bank earnings or retail

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