Before its agreement to cut oil supplies even started, OPEC's production plunged by the most in almost two years last month.
In a sign of the urgency felt by the cartel amid tumbling crude prices, leading member Saudi Arabia throttled back production, according to a Bloomberg survey of officials, analysts and ship-tracking data. The group's pact to curb output only formally started this week.
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