Oil surges more than 19% after attacks halve Saudi output
Oil prices jumped more than 19 per cent as it resumed trading on Monday – the highest in more than two decades – after attacks on Saudi Arabian facilities took half the country’s output offline. Brent, the European benchmark for light, sweet crude rose as high as $71.95 per barrel as markets began »»»
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