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22 June 2017 Falling Oil Prices will hit Mining Capex, but no Repeat of 2014 to 16

By Ian Shepherdson

The renewed slide in oil prices in recent weeks will crimp capital spending, at the margin, but it is not a macroeconomic threat on the scale of the 2014-to-16 hit.

Posted: 21st Jun 2017 in 'U.S. Documents'

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