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QATAR CRISIS

Energy markets stabilise after shock; supplies not threatened

Oil investors taking strain in their stride with oil price bouncing back to slightly above US$50 a barrel
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 - 05:50

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As Saudi Arabia and four other Arab states cut diplomatic ties with Qatar on Monday, energy markets tried to digest whether the tensions would translate into disruptions.

London

AS Saudi Arabia and four other Arab states cut diplomatic ties with Qatar on Monday, energy markets tried to digest whether the tensions would translate into disruptions.

The flare-up in the Middle East added to the instability in the world's most important energy-exporting

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