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Products Will Keep Markets Tight

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Global product markets will become increasingly tight and highly vulnerable to disruption, despite sufficient crude supply, our analysis shows. Fuel switching, tempered inflation and refining constraints will keep prices elevated into next year, barring a deeper-than-expected recession.

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Oil Forecasts, Oil Prices, Oil Products, Diesel/Gasoil, Oil Demand, Oil Supply, Opec-Plus Supply , Crude Oil, Oil Futures and Derivatives
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