SINGAPORE: Slowing economy expected to ease pressure on oil prices
Oil prices are set to ease next year as slower world economic growth eases demand for petroleum products and lean inventories return to normal, analysts say. Consumers, though, cannot count on any real relief from steep fuel bills before the second quarter. Winter weather conditions and OPEC's response to any sign of price trouble are likely to hold the key to how quickly crude comes off.
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