'Cold War' heats oil market

Crude futures soared above $120/bbl Aug. 21 on the New York market for the first time in 2 weeks as both the US dollar and US-Russian relations deteriorated. In the Houston office of Raymond James & Associates Inc., analysts suggested "a new Cold War" might be "heating up the oil market" apparently due to US opposition to Russia's incursion into nearby Georgia.

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