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Yemenis struggle to survive as food prices soar - Sharp differences between US and Africa over trade - New pan-African trade bloc faces hurdles
OPEC agrees to extend production cuts by nine months
OPEC agreed to extend production cuts by nine months after several members endorsed the move aimed at supporting oil prices amid a weakening global economy. The deal will take effect once non-OPEC allies give their approval at a meeting scheduled to hold today. Oyeyemi Oke, Oil and Gas Lawyer and Partner at A02 Law joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and other stories impacting the global oil market.
UN calls on Sudan to investigate protest deaths
Concern over the situation in Sudan has grown at the United Nations as deadly protests continue. Thousands of people have returned to the street to protest rising prices, shortages of basic commodities and a cash crunch.
Oil closes below $50 a barrel for first time in a year
Crude settled below $50 a barrel in New York for the first time in more than a year. A jump in inventories, falling equities and the anticipation of another Fed rate hike this week all putting downward pressure on prices.
Trump, Saudis make fundamental oil analysis impossible, analyst Sen says
Amrita Sen, chief oil analyst at Emery Aspects, examines President Donald Trump's influence on oil prices.