The price for one barrel of North Sea oil is once again less than USD 30 and trades Thursday morning for USD 27.9. This marks the second occurrence in a row following the significant decline of around 7 percent Tuesday.
And that's despite the fact that the US, Russia, Saudi Arabia and OPEC+ countries reached an agreement Monday to further cut output quotas and thereby put a floor under declining crude prices.
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