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Back to square one

4 May 2010 By Fiona Maharg-Bravo

The oil major’s market cap is down $29 bln, more than three times the highest estimates of its cleanup costs for the big spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Investors hate uncertainty and often overestimate calamities. But this slick could well cover BP with costly collateral damage.

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