OIL PRICES & GLOBAL ECONOMY
Oil is in the midst of one of its steepest selloffs since the financial crisis, with prices falling 16 percent since mid-June. This has the Saudis contemplating even deeper cuts in oil production to keep prices from declining any further. The world's biggest crude exporter told OPEC recently that in August it reduced output by more than 400,000 barrels a day.
It's not yet clear how well that's working. The Saudi cuts were offset in part by more oil from Iran, Iraq, and Nigeria—not to mention the continued record increase in U.S. oil production thanks to the shale boom. While prices are expected to rise slightly for international blends of crude over the next six months, domestic…
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