OPEC IS JUST NOICE
Once upon a time, talk of an emergency OPEC meeting would have rippled through oil markets, likely triggering at least a brief rally in prices.
The last extraordinary meeting to discuss a price slump, in 2008, resulted in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries' largest ever production cut, paving the way for prices to double within a year.
Nowadays, however, calls for an unscheduled meeting to address spiralling prices are more a sign of growing friction within…
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