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The Saudis Are All In When It Comes To Cutting Production
Abe Jouejati 2/15/2018 5:56:18 PM

True that the demand for oil has not yet shifted, however the price correction was inevitable. The automobile and logistics industry which rely heavily on oil production are operating at full speed and increasing in size.

For the past four years $WTI has been mostly below $60/barrel. Now that it has surpassed the $60 mark, we can anticipate higher prices, in accordance with the high demand.

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