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Why OPEC Cut Should Mean Higher Oil, Higher Stock Market

Oil popped more than $3 from the lows of the day (as much as 7%) on news OPEC has agreed to a production cut. We've talked a lot throughout the year about the price of oil. When it collapsed to the $20s, it put the entire energy industry on bankruptcy watch. Of [...]
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