Oil held a two-day gain as investors looked ahead to this week’s OPEC+ meeting amid expectations that the group will stick with its tight production curbs for another month to safeguard the recovery in prices. West Texas Intermediate was steady after closing on Monday at the highest in almost two weeks following the back-to-back climb. While traders remain focused on prospects for rising energy demand as vaccines get rolled out, plenty of risks remain, with the head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warning of “impending doom” as cases and deaths pick up. Oil’s upward trend since end of October still in place Oil is poised to close out a fourth consecutive quarterly advance on Wednesday, with prices supported by global progress in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies have kept a tight leash on […]