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Oil prices slip on Saudi pledge, financial markets look to Fed

Reuters Wednesday, 18 September 2019
Oil prices cooled on Wednesday as Saudi Arabia's pledge to quickly restore production eased supply worries, while caution ahead of an expected U.S. interest rate cut kept wider financial markets in tight ranges.
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