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Martket Watch reported "Oil prices tumble over 4% over uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cut" on Thursday

[] January U.S. crude CLF9, -4.59% slid $2.49, or 4.7%, to $50.39 a barrel, while February Brent crude LCOG9, -4.73% dropped nearly $3, or 4.8%, to $58.58 a barrel That comment and reports no deal had yet been reached were credited as sending oil sharply lower

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Oil prices tumble over 4% over uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cut January U.S. crude CLF9, -4.63% slid $2.49, or 4.7%, to $50.39 a barrel, while February Brent crude LCOG9, -4.76% dropped nearly $3, or 4.8%, to $58.58 a barrel That comment and reports no deal had yet been reached were credited as sending oil sharply lower

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Oil prices tumble over 4% over uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cut January U.S. crude CLF9, -4.73% slid $2.49, or 4.7%, to $50.39 a barrel, while February Brent crude LCOG9, -4.82% dropped nearly $3, or 4.8%, to $58.58 a barrel That comment and reports no deal had yet been reached were credited as sending oil sharply lower

Oil prices tumble over 4% over uncertainty surrounding OPEC production cut January U.S. crude CLF9, -4.59% slid $2.49, or 4.7%, to $50.39 a barrel, while February Brent crude LCOG9, -4.74% dropped nearly $3, or 4.8%, to $58.58 a barrel That comment and reports no deal had yet been reached were credited as sending oil sharply lower

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