As reported by Market Leader (US)
Western media have already called the rage and protests across the Arab world as the “Arab Autumn”. Strange as it may seem, the latest assaults on US embassies have taken place in those countries where “dictatorial regimes” fell nearly a year ago. Nearly all those Middle-Eastern countries are major oil exporters. Therefore, any force-majeure or instability in the region results in higher oil prices.
Who benefits from the confrontation with the Islamic world? How does crude oil react to the protests in Libya
, Egypt, Tunis, Yemen and other countries?
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