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Oil prices steady on trade war jitters but OPEC hints supply restraint

Reuters India Tuesday, 15 October 2019
Oil prices steadied on Tuesday after two days of losses amid U.S.-China trade talks which have investors on edge, but OPEC said it hoped to balance markets beyond 2020 in a sign of possible further supply curbs.

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