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16 Sep 2019
Brent crude surged the most on record after a drone strike on a Saudi Arabian oil facility removed about 5% of global supplies. 10 unmanned aerial vehicles struck the world’s biggest crude-processing facility in Abqaiq and the kingdom’s second-biggest oil field in Khurais on Saturday. Riad Hamade reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."
28 Apr 2019
Brent crude breached $75 a barrel for the first time since October, and U.S. benchmark West Texas Intermediate rose above $66 a barrel. Prices have surged as the U.S. decision to tighten Iran sanctions and contamination in Russian shipments fueled supply fears.
29 Oct 2018
Brent crude prices took a 4.3 percent hit on Tuesday; CNBC Africa discusses the dynamics impacting oil prices with Uchenna Minnis, Chief Market Analyst at Eagle.
18 May 2018
Brent crude rose to $80 a barrel in London for the first time since 2014, pushed higher by declining U.S. stockpiles and concerns over renewed sanctions against Iran.

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