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OPEC grapples with sliding oil prices
The cartel releases its monthly oil market report on Thursday.
If you asked Santa for a break at the gas pump, you may get your Christmas wish
It's not the most wrappable holiday gift, but it's a popular one. Here's why we're seeing a dip in oil prices.
What's OPEC+ planning for oil production? It could go either way.
Analysts say the cartel might cut production if oil prices keep falling, but it could also expand output if supply tightens amid cold temperatures and restrictions on Russian oil.
To raise prices, OPEC+ to subtract oil production
Production will be cut by 2 million barrels per day, starting in November.
OPEC+ agrees to boost oil production. But probably not enough to lower prices.
The small increase of 100,00 barrels a day may be a sign that the cartel thinks a recession is coming.
Why OPEC might decide to take a break from its alliance with Russia
Russia is the world's third-largest oil producer — such a decision won't be made lightly.
Why OPEC Plus isn't likely to increase oil supply
Spare capacity has been overstated, says oil analyst Abhi Rajendran. Then there's the matter of isolating Russia.