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Crude Chaos Strikes: Saudis Admit "No Deal" But "Hopeful" For November

Having failed completely to consumate a freeze deal in Algiers, the Saudi oil minister throws out a bone of hope to crude bulls that November's OPEC meeting may see a freeze deal. Crude is testing its lows of the day but bouncing around like Hillary's eyes as the minister desperately tries to keep the dream alive. Headlines: SAUDI OIL MINISTER DOESN'T SEE OPEC DEAL ON WEDNESDAY (WTF! oh no!!) SAUDI OIL MINISTER SAYS SEVERAL FREEZE DEALS BEING DISCUSSED (phew so there's hope!) SAUDI MINISTER SEES OPEC FREEZE DEAL POSSIBLE AT NOV.
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