Believing high oil prices are the result of "fear and speculation," OPEC is not likely to change production targets at its June meeting. "There is no good reason for prices to be where they are right now ... the market is oversupplied and demand is not that strong," says a delegate.
Believing high oil prices are the result of "fear and speculation," OPEC is not likely to change...
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