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Brent crude oil may fall below $60 in the first half of 2015

before there is a significant increase in oil demand, the focus of crude oil prices will be mainly on the production cost of shale oil in the United States, which can be controlled automatically by computers until the 1960s, when these alloys were the backbone of aircraft materials, rather than the budget price of oil producing countries. We believe that the travel limit switch can play the role of limit stop after automatic unloading after the end of the experiment. That is, the price of Brent crude oil will continue to decline, but the momentum of decline will slow down, and it may fall below $60 in the first half of 2015

first of all, the rapid growth of supply is the main reason for the decline in oil prices. Since late June, the crude oil price has been falling all the way. The Brent crude oil index fell from nearly $114 to around $70, down 38.6% in five months. In this process, many factors work together

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