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But the report denied that Saudi Arabia had proposed a 5 percent production cut to bolster weak crude prices.
As a leading market player in the oil sector, it doesn't make sense for Saudi Arabia to hold back on its spare capacity, says Ivan Szpakowski, head of Asia commodity research at Citi.
Sailesh Jha, chief Asia economist at Credit Suisse Private Banking Asia, says there is direct correlation between earnings and the price of oil.
Dougie Youngson, Oil and Gas analyst at FinnCap, says Russia and Saudi Arabia need a global consensus in order to reduce production.
Kelvin Tay, MD and regional CIO for southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management says with oil trading at multi-year lows, this is a good time for investors to rebalance their portfolios in the energy sector.
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Crude oil prices finally seem to have found some footing, despite Russia-Saudi Arabia cooperation to tackle oversupply being unlikely, says Scott Nations, CIO and president at NationShares.
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