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Extreme consequences

18 April 2006 By Edward Hadas

At $70 a barrel, the price is up by 25% over the last year. That makes it a laggard among commodities. The oil price would rocket with even mild Middle Eastern chaos. But the standoff over Iran s nuclear plans makes chaos much more likely.

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