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Global economy gets tailwind from falling energy prices

By Tom Fairless

12 Mar 2023 · 4 min read

A year ago, rising energy prices were a cause for concern. Now, falling prices are pumping up economic growth, boosting confidence, and putting money into consumers' pockets. The WSJ reports.

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FRANKFURT—Energy prices are roiling the global economy for the second time in a year.

This time, it’s good news. Plunging oil and natural-gas prices are pumping up economic growth, putting money into consumers’ pockets, boosting confidence and easing pressures on government budgets.

The news, curated.

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