MOSCOW, Sept 19- Lukoil, Russia's second-largest oil producer, expects global oil prices to remain flat or decline, its Chief Executive Vagit Alekperov said on Friday. "If previously we were forecasting $100, now it's $90- 95," Alekperov told Rossiya 24 television. Brent crude was flat at $97.69 a barrel on Friday.» Read More
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Want to move the oil market these days? Fire off a headline about Iran, and, with the help of instant messaging, tweeting, blogging, and some old fashioning phone calling, you get a significant rally.
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