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The American oil industry is facing a doomsday scenario. The coronavirus pandemic has caused oil demand to drop so rapidly that the world is running out of room to store barrels. At the same time, Russia and Saudi Arabia flooded the world with excess supply.
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Dầu giảm giá khi đồng Đô la tăng giá, dữ liệu kinh tế không tích cực

Dầu đã giảm vào sáng thứ Hai tại châu Á, sau khi ghi nhận ​​đợt sụt giảm mạnh nhất trong gần 4 tuần do sự kết hợp của đồng Đô la mạnh hơn, dữ liệu kinh tế Mỹ không tích cực và số ca nhiễm COVID-19 toàn cầu ngày càng tăng. Giá dầu Brent giao sau giảm 0,55% xuống 54,54 USD lúc 8:33 PM ET (1:33 AM GMT)
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