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FTSE down on oil stocks as euro zone CPI falls

FTSE indices slipped lower on an oil-sector slick that has upset the shares of many energy-sector heavyweights. Producer-cartel OPEC said yesterday it will take no action to ease a global supply glut, forcing the black liquid's price lower.
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FTSE down on oil stocks as euro zone CPI falls

FTSE indices slipped lower on an oil-sector slick that has upset the shares of many energy-sector heavyweights. Producer-cartel OPEC said yesterday it will take no action to ease a global supply glut, forcing the black liquid's price lower.
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FTSE down on oil stocks as euro zone CPI falls

FTSE indices slipped lower on an oil-sector slick that has upset the shares of many energy-sector heavyweights. Producer-cartel OPEC said yesterday it will take no action to ease a global supply glut, forcing the black liquid's price lower.
Read more...

FTSE down on oil stocks as euro zone CPI falls

FTSE indices slipped lower on an oil-sector slick that has upset the shares of many energy-sector heavyweights. Producer-cartel OPEC said yesterday it will take no action to ease a global supply glut, forcing the black liquid's price lower.
Read more...

FTSE falls as oil stocks continue OPEC-inspired slip

FTSE indices were softer as oil stocks resumed their southbound spiral after OPEC decided yesterday to take no action to ease a global supply glut of the black liquid, forcing prices down. US markets were closed for Thanksgiving. Asian markets were mixed.
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FTSE100 tipped to open softer this morning

The headline index is tipped to open mildly softer this morning, according to financial websites, as the nation heads to the high street to hunt out Black Friday deals and with a general lack of overnight cues as Wall St closed its doors to celebrate Thanksgiving and Asian markets opened mixed...
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FTSE mixed as OPEC supply call hurts oil stocks

The FTSE closed mixed with oil-sensitive blue-chips heavy fallers after OPEC said it would take no action to ease a global supply gut, forcing the black liquid's price down. Their losses were almost offset by gains elsewhere. US markets were closed for Thanksgiving.
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