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“The short-term slowdown had been expe cted, but both production and exports are rebounding on the back of a recovery in overseas markets," said Yutaka Shiraki, senior equity strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.”
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“Though selection will be limited to newer and more expe nsive books, rental prices should be less than half the price of a new book.”
“The 1973 oil embargo by OPEC and the 1978-79 oil crisis caused by the fall of the Shah in Iran permanently changed expe ctations about the security of the oil supply and the long-term price trend.”
“Two relief wells currently being drilled are considered the best bet to plug the leak, but those wells are expe cted to be completed in August at the earliest.”
“Mr. Donovan also said traders were expe cting crude oil supplies to drop in the latest weekly inventory report from the Department of Energy, due to the effect of Tropical Storm Bonnie which blew through the Gulf of Mexico at the end of last month.”
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