Saudi to keep Asia supply steady before Opec meet


 On Monday the Saudi-owned Al-Hayat cited a senior source as saying the world’s top oil exporter will urge Opec to comply with existing curbs before considering more output cuts at its March 15 meeting. After Opec’s biggest ever production curbs, oil prices have rebounded from below $ 35 to trade at $ 47 a barrel. Saudi Arabia is also holding shipments to customers in Europe unchanged.

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