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Wall Street stocks lose steam over concerns that ‘peak growth’ has passed
US regulator says plunge below $0 in April is ‘not a super-simple story’
The kingdom is grappling with speculators and algorithms dominating futures trading
CFTC proposes looser rules on position limits for speculators in spite of recent turmoil in crude market
US regulator urges market infrastructure providers to brace for future sub-zero drops
West Texas Intermediate settles 25% lower a week after sub-zero dive
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Broker to raise margin requirements and ‘restrict’ new positions in June contracts
USO scales back holdings of benchmark June futures contract that had become 24% of market
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New energy minister Prince Abdulaziz backs strategy agreed with Opec and Russia
The US has ratcheted up pressure on Tehran, including ending sanctions waivers on oil exports
Iran sanctions spur buyers to lock-in prices while producers scale back contracts
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ICE oil volumes dipped as tougher European rules took effect
Rising oil prices have frequently spelt the end of global economic upswings but not this time
Krona weakness prompts fresh look at Swedish economy as krone de-links from oil
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Stronger demand and shrinking stockpiles give hope to crude bulls
Falling US stockpiles help push Brent crude back above $50 a barrel