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(Updated - November 14, 2016 1:53 PM EST)
OPEC nations began a final diplomatic push to secure a deal on oil cuts, according to Bloomberg. Qatar, Algeria, and Venezuela are in shuttle-diplomacy to secure a deal. Iran an Iraq are considering proposals but so far there is no agreement. Saudi Arabia is ready to cut production but only if four requirements are met.
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