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Oil surges as Opec 'reaches production cut deal'

BBC News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Oil surges as Opec 'reaches production cut deal'The price of oil surges after reports Opec members have hammered out some details of a production cut.
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Nov.20 -- Robin Mills, founder and chief executive officer at Qamar Energy, discusses the recent round of OPEC talks and the production cut deal. He speaks to Tracy Alloway and Sam Wilkin on "Bloomberg Markets: Middle East."

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