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Market MovementOPEC's market share likely to increase in long termThe Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries' market share will likely rebound to 40%, according to Merrill Lynch & Co., and it will do so without an oil price war."Many bearish calls relating to oil prices and energy shares center around the notion that ultimately OPEC will be forced to 'crash prices' to increase market share relative to non-OPEC producers," Merrill Lynch said in a research note. "These arguments generally focus on OPEC's short-term reduction in market share as the organization reduced output to compensate for slowing demand.OPEC's outlook, however, is over the longer term, and...

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