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OPEC+ agrees on planned January oil output rise, sources say

CommoditiesDec 02, 2021 14:11
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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The sun is seen behind a crude oil pump jack in the Permian Basin in Loving County, Texas, U.S., November 22, 2019. REUTERS/Angus Mordant

LONDON (Reuters) - OPEC+ has agreed to go ahead with its planned January oil output rise of 400,000 barrels per day, two OPEC+ sources said on Thursday.

OPEC+ agrees on planned January oil output rise, sources say
 

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Yogesh Kumar Singh
Yogesh Kumar Singh Dec 02, 2021 15:00
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US be like - Mission accomplished...
Cytus Merados
Cytus Merados Dec 02, 2021 14:40
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they are not going to do 400,000 anyway. actual vs planned is a long shot.
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Mark Maisey Dec 02, 2021 14:40
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hi ok mark Maisey
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Tayyab Khan Dec 02, 2021 14:33
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supply create own demand =price also high if demand high along with supply is high
Ali Nazim Jafri
Ali Nazim Jafri Dec 02, 2021 14:26
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How true are the January 2022 oil output when oil levels are not keeping high?
funmilayo uche ukeje
funmilayo uche ukeje Dec 02, 2021 14:26
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hi. please oil at 62 80 am on sell and at 80 am on buy. should I close sell at any little profit and not reopen sell again today. please guide me. thanks
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Caden bevoneca Dec 02, 2021 14:21
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Its going up ?
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gold
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Sameer Thakkar Dec 02, 2021 14:20
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that's Great news 👍
 
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