Oil Prices Are Back Up To Almost Where They Were Before The Iran Deal

As pointed out by SocGen’s Kit Juckes this morning, oil prices are back up to almost where they were before the Iran deal.

The deal over the weekend produced an initial drop in the price of crude, but it didn’t last long, as in terms of the oil market it’s really not a gamechanger in any way.

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