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Shock absorber

16 September 2019 By Swaha Pattanaik

Crude prices jumped almost 10% after weekend attacks on Saudi oil facilities took out over 5% of global supply. Though the spike is bad for already slowing global growth, reserves can make up for the shortfall. Escalating threats of Middle Eastern conflict would do more damage.

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