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Saudi and Opec breakeven oil prices are rising at worrying levels

  

Saudi Arabia needs oil prices to remain at $83 to $ 88 a barrel to breakeven – almost double of what it was three years ago. Rising breakeven prices means less fiscal cushion, leaving Saudi Arabia vulnerable to fluctuations in oil prices. Read More Here

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