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15 March 2017 By Andy Critchlow

Cuts to production agreed with OPEC aren’t boosting the value of crude as hoped, or reducing global stockpiles. Shale in the U.S. is recovering too, and prices are moving sideways. The holding pattern is painful, but it’s still better than reversing course and letting oil plunge.

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