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OPEC agrees to cut oil production amid global glut, Bloomberg reports

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It's OPEC's first production cut in eight years.
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Nov.30 -- An OPEC deal to curtail oil production and prop up global prices appeared in jeopardy as Iran said it won’t make cuts while Saudi Arabia insisted Tehran must be willing to play a meaningful role in any agreement. Ministers gathering in Vienna before Wednesday’s crucial OPEC meeting...

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