Commodities Corner: Why oil traders should keep an eye on Iran even as nuclear talks look unproductive


The U.S. and other world powers haven’t made much progress in reaching a new nuclear deal with Iran, but with data showing the nation’s crude production at its highest in almost two years , traders can’t afford to ignore the amount of oil Iran can potentially add to global supplies.

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