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Big Oil took a big hit from the coronavirus, earnings reports show

The world's leading oil and gas giants this week revealed the scale of the damage inflicted on the industry by the coronavirus pandemic, with top American companies reporting billions in losses while some European companies were able to eke out small profits.

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