Iranian crisis looms

Fearing an attempt to make atomic bombs, the United Nations Security Council demanded that Iran abandon its uranium enrichment program by the end of August or face international sanctions. Iran said Aug. 22 it will not stop that program but offered instead to participate in new talks with the West. It indicated it might cut its crude exports if sanctions are applied.“The more important catalyst [for changes in energy markets as a result of this standoff] will most likely arrive after the Aug. 31 deadline that the UN has imposed,” said analysts in the Houston office of Raymond James & Associates Inc. “If...this deadline is ignored, the big swing factor in oil prices w...

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