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U.S. | 19 November 2018 The Drop in Oil Prices will Hurt, but not too Badly, Retailers will Benefit
The plunge in oil prices in recent weeks is not a threat to the overall U.S. economic growth story in the near term--we have always expected growth to slow, but remain decent, once the boost from the tax cuts fades--but it will make a difference, at the margin.

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19 November 2018 The Drop in Oil Prices will Hurt, but not too Badly, Retailers will Benefit

By Ian Shepherdson

The plunge in oil prices in recent weeks is not a threat to the overall U.S. economic growth story in the near term--we have always expected growth to slow, but remain decent, once the boost from the tax cuts fades--but it will make a difference, at the margin.

Posted: 19th Nov 2018 in 'U.S.'

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