Crude oil futures end higher as US announces new sanctions on Iran

June 2019
Ace Analyser: Company News;6/25/2019, pN.PAG
New sanctions will likely have limited impact, particularly on the oil sector, as current US sanctions have essentially eliminated Iranian crude from the global marketplace


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