The sharp slides in oil prices seen since the summer could continue unabated until the commodity's chief trade body OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) is finally forced to take action, investors have said.
The last quarter has seen oil prices tumble, with Brent crude falling from $113.6 per barrel at its peak in July, to less than $80 last week. The dive was exacerbated by an acceleration in production...
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