LONDON (Bloomberg) -- For decades, Saudi Arabia was the voice of moderation within OPEC, pushing back against the urging of members like Venezuela and Iran for higher oil prices. That role seems to be shifting.
Thanks to OPEC-led production cuts, crude prices are double their level two years ago and bloated oil stockpiles are almost back to normal. Yet Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih wants to go further.
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Headline crude prices for the week beginning 10 February 2020 – Brent: US$53/b; WTI: US$49/b
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