All eyes on OPEC


The price of Brent crude has plunged 30% since June.

The OPEC members are divided about output cuts: Venezuela and Iraq have called for them, while their fellow members United Arab Emirates’s (UAE) and Saudi Arabia believe “the market will fix itself ultimately”.


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