The ball is in OPEC's court

Published at 14:47 8 Nov 2019 by . Last edited 15:53 8 Nov 2019.

The OPEC meeting is just under four weeks away and already traders are asking if the organisation will commit to deeper production cuts in 2020. After all, with consensus balances increasingly seeing stock builds in 2020 due to tepid demand growth and robust non-OPEC supply growth, if OPEC wants to …

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