Iran worries push oil prices to 4-year highs
Associate editorial director, Asia & Middle East Oil News & Analysis, S&P Global Platts
Crude oil prices have risen to four-year highs, led mainly by concerns that the impact of United States’ sanctions on Iranian supply may be larger than expected, and a lack of clarity about exports by the Middle East supplier implies more volatility in the months ahead.
ICE Brent and NYMEX crude futures have gained around 20 percent since mid-August, with ICE Brent crude...
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