Oil Falls Before Doha as Global Markets Brace for Weekend RiskBy and
U.S. stocks slip as energy producers trim weekly advance
Dollar declines, Treasuries rise as risky assets in retreat
Oil fell the most in two weeks before major suppliers meet in Doha to discuss an output freeze, boosting bonds and sending global stocks lower, with investors wary of potential disappointment from the talks. American equities retreated.
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