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Market MovementOPEC walking price tightrope? Click here to enlarge imageOPEC needs to take special care not to panic over the recent $9/bbl price drop. Reneging on pledged production increases in response to a momentary case of the jitters could mean market-wrecking oil prices late in the year.So says London think tank Centre for Global Energy Studies, whose price scenarios for dated Brent include hypothetical projections of $40 and even $50/bbl. But those extreme scenarios would assume IEA is correct in its projections that at least another 1 million b/d of crude supply-in addition to current OPEC output over quota plus the increase from new quotas-will be needed to balance the market i...

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