What a failed Iran deal would mean for oil prices and military tensions

As Iran’s government starts breaking its agreed uranium enrichment limits, European leaders are floundering to keep it alive.

“If war were to break out, we estimate that the price of oil would quickly surge to around $150 per barrel following the outbreak of hostilities,”



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Source: CNBC.com

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