The price of oil spiked to its highest level in over three years on Wednesday after US President Donald Trump threatened strikes on Syria following the alleged chemical gas attack last week.
Brent crude has risen 7% over the last week to $72.3 a barrel, the highest since December 2014 while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) climbed 3.3% to $65.5 a barrel on Wednesday. The main drivers of the...
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