Oil prices rise further after Opec agrees output cut

Oil prices rise further after Opec agrees output cut
 

Oil prices have risen further following Wednesday's agreement by the Opec group of oil producing nations to cut output.
The price of Brent crude rose 1.3% to $52.51 a barrel, after soaring 8.8% on Wednesday.
The deal, Opec's first output cut for eight years, is designed to reverse a slump in global oil prices and will see the group reduce production by 1.2 million barrels a day from January.
But analysts have raised doubts about its chances of succeeding.
"Compliance is key and it's worth noting that Opec members don't have the best record on that front," said Neil Wilson of ETX... read more

 
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