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Crude oil prices jump over 8 per cent amid reports of OPEC agreeing to cut output

All India Radio Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Crude oil prices jump over 8 per cent amid reports of OPEC agreeing to cut outputGlobal crude oil prices shot up more than 8 percent today, as some of the world's largest oil producers gathered in Vienna to try to agree to a production cut.
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