Oil prices are set to slip again, in the wake of a key weekend meeting on output volumes - a development that could move markets at the re-open on Monday.
The Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries has announced that it would raise production, but did not say by how much or from where. Saudi Arabia is reportedly flexing its muscle in the group to find a price ceiling that will please producers and traders alike.
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