BUZZ-Oil stocks: Brent falls on China demand, OPEC supply outlook
** U.S.-listed shares of E&P companies, service providers and drillers fall between 10-3 pct
** Oil falls on concerns of weaker demand from China after the world's top energy consumer devalued its currency and as OPEC signaled supplies from rivals were proving more resilient than expected to low prices
** China devalued the yuan on Tuesday after a run of poor economic data, guiding the currency to its lowest point in almost three years
** Industry giants Exxon Mobil Corp down 1.7 pct, Schlumberger Ltd down 1.5 pct, Halliburton Co down 1.7 pct, Chevron Corp down 2.3 pct, Apache Corp down 3 pct
** Bonanza Creek Energy Inc down 9 pct, Denbury Resources Inc down 6.7 pct, Rowan Cos Plc down 4.7 pct, Whiting Petroleum Corp down 7.9 pct, Eclipse Resources Corp down 6.8 pct
** U.S.-listed shares of Canadian companies Encana Corp down 5 pct, Cenovus Energy Inc down 3.3 pct, Canadian Natural Resource Ltd down 3.2 pct
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