OPEC member Algeria is struggling to overcome the turbulence caused by the fall of the Bouteflika regime, and both COVID and the OPEC cuts have hit the country hard
Gold miners have been hammered in recent weeks, and if prices for the precious metal do not rebound, they could be set to fall further
Russia expects its oil production to increase after the current OPEC+ deal on output curbs runs its course in April 2022, data from the economy ministry published on Saturday showed. Russia, which the ministry expects to produce 507.4 million tonnes of oil this year, is seen increasing its production over the next three years to 560 million tonnes, or 11.2 million barrels per day, in 2023. Ministry data forecasts an increase in oil exports to 266.2 million tonnes by 2023, slightly lower than last year's exports.