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Geopolitical Tensions Fail to Spark Oil Price Surge

Geopolitical Tensions Fail to Spark Oil Price Surge

The fluctuating prices in response to the tensions in the Middle East show that traders continue to price in various degrees of escalation or de-escalation in the conflict on any given day or minute.

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