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Brent slips to $105 on renewed fears over eurozone debt crisis

(Reuters) - Brent crude slipped to $105 per barrel on Monday as economic concerns returned to the forefront on fresh fears that Spain may not be able to avoid a costly bailout, which could have repercussions on oil demand in the region.

Riskier assets including stock markets and the euro fell on Monday after tiny Murcia was on course to became the second region in Spain, the euro zone's fourth-largest economy, to request financial assistance from the central government.

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