Oil price speculation a chicken-or-egg dilemma

The oil market's response to the expected announcement of production quota cuts by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries seems, at first blush, to validate what the group has been saying: that persistently high oil prices are the result of factors to a large extent outside its members' control.

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