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Market MovementIEA ratchets down demand forecastHigher oil prices and a slowing economy-a slowdown that those higher oil prices are contributing to-are cutting into oil demand growth.In its March oil market report, IEA lowered its projection for 2001 world oil demand for the fourth consecutive month, this time by 110,000 b/d. The reasons cited for the latest revision are oil price effects, a milder than anticipated winter, and a sluggish North American economy. Click here to enlarge imageGlobal oil stocks are key indicators of the market. The latest data show that there was a more modest than average draw on crude stocks in the fourth and first quarters, a time when stocks are usually dr...

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