Saudi Arabia pushed through another oil production cut at the OPEC+ meeting, but, it will come at the cost of slower economic growth and we now think the economy will contract by 0.5% this year. The one crumb of comfort is that higher oil prices and loose fiscal policy will continue to support non-oil activity.
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