Oil firms may have to cut deeper than $126B, report says

If Brent, the international crude standard, hangs around $60 a barrel for much longer, oil producers in the United States and elsewhere in the western world will probably have to cut deeper into investor dividends and share buyback programs, and some might be forced to sell assets to fix damaged balance sheets, energy research firm Wood Mackenzie said Monday.

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