UAE Sees Oil Price 'Correction' By Year-End; Brent Tops $40

March 2016
Investors Business Daily;3/7/2016, p1
The United Arab Emirates sees a "correction" in oil prices this year, according to reports Monday, as top OPEC and non-OPEC producers prepare to discuss freezing crude output.


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