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Brent oil is headed for its biggest weekly gain since 2009 after OPEC approved its first supply cut in eight years, with attention now shifting to compliance with the deal and how other producers will react to a price rally.OPEC's three largest producers – Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Iran – overcame discord to reach Wednesday's pact to reduce the group's output by 1.2 million barrels a day, while Russia pledged a cut of as much as 300,000 .Front-month futures, which are up 15 percent this week, are heading for the biggest gain since January 2009 .
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