For the first time in eight years, members of the Organisation Of Petroleum Exporting Countries, (OPEC), have agreed to a 1.2 million barrel per day output cut to 32.5 million a day. This comes after weeks of often tense negotiations, with the group’s three biggest producers, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran, who resolved their differences … Continue reading OPEC Members Agree To Oil Output Cut

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