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Glut belies risk of thinner Opec output cushion

The group's spare capacity has dwindled to the lowest since 2008, US govt data shows
Saturday, September 17, 2016 - 05:50

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GUNNING FOR MORE: Both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates pumped at record levels last month, while Iran and Iraq are adding output after declines caused by sanctions and violence, respectively.

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AS most of the world focuses on how unfettered oil production will weigh on prices, a few say a rebound is on the cards as the market starts to reflect a growing risk of shortages.

Opec's strategy of keeping its taps open is leaving a smaller cushion if there's an

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