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Trickle-Down Effects Of Rapidly Deteriorating Venezuela

The price of oil has almost always held sway over macroeconomic and geopolitical trends. The most prominent examples of this were the two separate oil crises that occurred during the 1970s, when turmoil in the Middle East led to supply shocks and price spikes. Oil still looms large, but now there is too much supply, […]
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