Oil is surging after a suspected torpedo attack on 2 tankers in the Gulf of Oman
Thursday, 13 June 2019 () · *The price of oil surged on Thursday after a suspected torpedo attack on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman.*
· *West Texas Intermediate crude jumped 3%, while Brent crude jumped 3.8%.*
· *Oil was previously trading at five-month lows, reflecting a glut of US crude and concerns that the US-China trade war could weaken global...
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