Crude sets its biggest weekly loss since mid-September, with Brent ending the week under the psychologically important level of $50 per barrel.
Whilst we anxiously wait for detailed implementation production cut plan to be announced by OPEC on 30 November 2016, brent crude appears to be in an oversold position and may hit a potential rebound at its support level of $48.
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