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04 Jun
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Sunday newspaper round-up: Saudi oil output, Asos, 35-year mortgages

Saudi unveiled plans at the weekend to reduce its oil output by 1m barrels per day in a surprise unilateral decision. The move was to take effect from July. The decision came as Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, was due to travel to Saudi Arabia over the following week. It also followed a meeting between members marred by disagreements, although the Russian and UAE energy ministers denied talk of any split with Saudi. OPEC+ meanwhile did agree to prolong the voluntary cuts announced in April until the end of 2024.

04 Jun
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Sunday share tips: Eden Research, Lok'nStore

The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column told readers that shares of Eden Research should more than quintuple in price as it reaps the fruits of its "huge" progress in recent times.

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