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The Man That Could Trigger An Iran War

OilPrice.com Friday, 20 September 2019
Oil prices came back down to Earth over the course of week, getting only a slight bump on future supply concerns coming out of Saudi Arabia after last weekend’s attack. No longer is it a question of getting production back online. Instead, the markets are mildly concerned that the Saudis will now have no spare capacity should another attack or disaster strike. Markets go where the action is, and from that perspective, the Fed is more of an issue while world powers play coy over Iran. In the meantime, US crude export demand has surged following…
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News video: Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif warns of 'all-out war'

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In an interview, Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran 'won't blink' to defend itself but doesn't want war after oil attacks.

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