SAUDI'S OIL FALLING
As the world's oil producers wring their hands over a global glut that's pushing down prices, evidence is mounting that Saudi Arabia is more concerned about shrinking demand.
The world's largest exporter has chosen not to cut production, counting instead on lower prices to stimulate consumption, said Mohammad Al Sabban, an adviser to Saudi Arabia's petroleum minister from 1988 to 2013. The Saudis are keeping an eye on investments in fuel efficiency and renewable energy, according to Francisco Blanch, Bank of America Corp.'s head of global commodity research.
"Nobody should imagine the world will continue to…
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