The Unintended Consequences of Cheap Oil
Cheaper oil is good for the economy—it's basically the equivalent of a tax cut. Unless it's bad for the economy, which can be the case if falling prices spur deflation and hurt countries and companies that depend on oil exports. Whether the impact is good, bad, or a little of both, will depend on how long prices stay low.
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