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Crude awakening

1 February 2011 By Christopher Swann

Fullscale chaos in the nation could rob the world of 3 million barrels a day. Yet Suez is not as important as it was in the 1950s, and global oil supplies are still ample. Only a broader crisis across the region would justify keeping crude prices this high for long.

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