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Will Global GDP Growth Be Hurt By Falling Energy Prices?

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Thu, 14 Nov 2013

Key Points Energy prices have fallen recently, mostly due to supply reasons, such as Libya returning to production and new sources in the United States. Falling prices at the pump, which could approach $3.00 per gallon, could benefit consumer discretionary spending. We believe global growth will co

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