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Crude Oil Prices Dip; WTI Falls Below $50 A Barrel

Is OPEC really committed to cutting back on oil production? That’s the question weighing down crude oil prices today after a report issued by the cartel fueled growing concerns about the challenges ahead as OPEC tries to finish a deal to cut production.
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