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Rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran rattle markets

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Rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran rattle markets· *Rising tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, as well as the kingdom's weekend crackdown, have unnerved investors this week.*
· *But, notably, markets in countries outside of Saudi Arabia have been hit harder than the stocks in the kingdom, likely reflecting investor worries about the possibility of regional tensions...
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The two prominent Islamic countries are locked in a Cold War-like struggle for regional dominance.

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