OPEC report shows uneven delivery of new oil production cuts
❖ OPEC REPORT SHOWS UNEVEN DELIVERY OF NEW OIL PRODUCTION CUTS— *Walter Bloomberg (@DeItaone) February 13, 2024
OPEC: CRUDE OIL OUTPUT FELL BY 350,000 BPD TO 26.34 MILLION BPD IN JANUARY AS NEW ROUND OF VOLUNTARY OPEC+ CUTS TOOK EFFECT.— FinancialJuice (@financialjuice) February 13, 2024
OPEC: FURTHER ECONOMIC GROWTH UPSIDE POTENTIAL COULD MATERIALIZE IN ALL MAJOR OECD AND NON-OECD ECONOMIES.— FinancialJuice (@financialjuice) February 13, 2024
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