What negative oil prices mean to the top exporting countries

FORBES | The West Texas Intermediate benchmark, the key gauge of U.S. crude prices, tumbled into negative territory Monday for the first time in history at -$37.63 per barrel. Producers literally couldn’t give away a barrel of oil. The collapse of oil prices, stirred by the pandemic and the Saudi-Russia price war, leaves the world's top oil-exporting countries facing an uncharted recovery path to navigate.

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