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The Winds of War and Oil Markets


  • Financial sanctions came first, then sanctions on crude oil exports from Iran.
  • But the situation was diffused when the US introduced waivers for 8 major importers of Iranian crude in November 2018, calming the markets.
  • Not just because the extension of the current OPEC+ deal could be scuppered, but because war will impact more than just Iranian oil.



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