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Are Saudi Arabia and OPEC Trying To Fool The Oil Market, Again?

Saudi Arabia and OPEC appear to be on a new mission lately:to fool oil markets. On the one side they are talking the market up by promising output cuts that would boost oil prices. An optimistic Saudi oil minister sees oil reaching $60 by the year's end. On the other side, recent [...]
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