BP London Shares Lower Ahead Of Obama Meeting
DEBORAH AMOS, host:
NPR's business news starts with BP's falling stock.
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AMOS: Investors seem more apprehensive than almost anybody else about today's meeting between President Obama and the top executives from the oil company BP. In trading in London, BP shares are down. The company's stock has already fallen about 50 percent, since one of its wells began leaking in the Gulf nearly two months ago.
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