Brent crude shot up to its highest level in more than two years on Monday after Turkish President Recep Erdogan threatened to cut off the pipeline that brings oil from northern Iraq to markets.
As a result, the price of Brent Crude rose 3.8% to close at $59 a barrel, its highest level since July 2015, but has since continued to rise 0.3% to $59.2 a barrel in early morning trading. Erdogan's...
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