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2018-12-07 08:30:00

RUSSIA - SAUDIS PACT

RUSSIA - SAUDIS PACT

WSJ - Russia and Saudi Arabia have agreed to extend OPEC's efforts to stabilize oil markets, Russian President Vladimir Putin said over the weekend, as the broader coalition of producers inches closer to a deal this week.

Russia has yet to decide on how much production it would cut, Mr. Putin said, underscoring the remaining challenges ahead.

Oil prices rallied on Monday, with Brent crude, the global benchmark, rising 4.5% to $62.14 a barrel. The recovery follows the sharpest…

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