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Drip, drip

28 April 2009 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

Neither company is comfortable with the current price. They think at least $60 a barrel is needed to keep up investments and maintain their dividends. But both can borrow more. BP looks like the safer shortterm bet. It is growing faster and spending less than Shell.

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