|Day's range||6.65 - 6.65|
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Oil prices have cooled off considerably in recent months. After topping out at more than $120 a barrel last summer, the global oil price benchmark, Brent, was recently in the low $70s. Here's why further downside in oil prices wouldn't be a problem for the energy giant.
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