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But few in the oil business expect a return to the prices which dominated the early part of the decade, including the most recent peak of $114 two years ago. It is more likely that a $60 cap will emerge as the Americans, who stand outside the 13-member Opec grouping, unplug the spigots that have kept their shale oil fields from producing in the last year or two.


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