The cartel has previously said it was responding to Mr. Trump and other world leaders, who in the spring had ratcheted up complaints about high prices. The group in June agreed to boost their collective output . The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meets again Sunday with big non-OPEC producers led by Russia in Algiers. The additional supply helped damp prices in recent months. But they are back up again more recently. Brent, the international benchmark, temporarily breached $80 a barrel last week for the first time since May. Prices are hovering near highs not seen since early summer. Prices started the day up Thursday, trading at more than $79 a barrel, on the back of weekly U.S. government data showing crude inventories had fallen to a 3 1/2-year low last week. OPEC members say they will be wary of pumping too much more oil. That hesitancy is […]