Falling Oil Prices Could Pinch Demand For Aircraft
Slumping oil prices—which dipped below $40 a barrel on Aug. 24—could crimp demand from Middle Eastern carriers for new aircraft. “We are beginning to see the effect of weaker commodity prices on oil rich nations,” a new research note by Bank of America Merrill Lynch says, noting that Saudi Arabia...
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