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After OPEC+, a group of the world’s largest oil suppliers, announced it will slash production, gas prices spiked four cents overnight and experts predict it could go up even more -- impacting not just what you'll pay at the pump but also what you'll pay to heat your home. NBC’s Blayne Alexander reports for TODAY.

OPEC announces it will cut production by 2 million barrels a day, a move likely to send gas and oil prices back up