Marathon Oil (MRO) shares were lower Friday as the oil exploration and production company moved in lock step with falling crude prices. Oil prices continued to decline Friday after the International Energy Agency reported earlier this week that OPEC's member countries produced a record 33.64 million barrels per day in September. A global supply glut has been responsible for months of depressed oil prices
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