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OPEC racked with division, but too soon to write it off?

Investors have been burnt before, and are now skeptical that OPEC will overcome its internal divisions and agree to do something about chronically low oil prices. But could that be the wrong conclusion to draw? Some contrarian voices argue that now is precisely the time to look for a change of stance, in which the […] The post OPEC racked with division, but too soon to write it off? appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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