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Global oil prices soar 19%, max jump since Gulf war

IndiaTimes Monday, 16 September 2019
Global oil prices spiked the most since the 1991 Gulf war on Monday. Global benchmark Brent crude rose 19% to almost $72 per barrel after the market opened for the first time after the drone strike at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry. .
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Let's dive in... The Dow dropped for the first time in eight days following an attack on two key Saudi Arabian oil facilities. Oil prices surged the most since the 1991 Gulf War in early trading, before paring gains to between $5 and $6 a barrel, after drone attacks on the Abqaiq and Khurais crude...

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