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The ghost of oil shocks past

​Most oil shocks since 1973 have been associated with world recessions or growth slowdowns. But the recent price surge looks modest in historical context and as such is likely to have only a moderate impact on world growth. However, there are risks from possible policy mistakes and from the rare combination of rising oil prices and a stronger dollar – which could hit some EMs.

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