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What the Algiers Deal Means for Crude Oil Prices

What a difference a few days can make for oil. Earlier last week, oil was drifting down under the weight of doubts about the rumored OPEC oil deal. Then, on Wednesday, several OPEC oil ministers announced that they'd agreed to cap production. The post What the Algiers Deal Means for Crude Oil Prices was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!
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