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A glut of natural gas has produced a 10 percent decline in prices over the past month and a 50 percent decline over the past year. That should ease summer air-conditioning expenses for consumers and help manufacturers that use natural gas as a feedstock.
Economy’s mixed blessing: Commodity prices fall
Economy » Some consumer goods could be cheaper, but global slowdown carries risks.
By CLIFFORD KRAUSS
| The New York Times
First Published Jun 13 2012 06:30 pm • Last Updated Jun 13 2012 08:17 pm
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