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The Down plunged 800 points on Wednesday after investor fears of recession grew amid continued trade war uncertainty.
How the Strait of Hormuz, a narrow stretch of water where ships transport $1.2 billion worth of oil every day, is at the heart of spiraling tensions w...
The US blames Iran for two tanker explosions and a drone shooting near the Strait of Hormuz. Some 21 million barrels of oil pass through it every day.
Gasoline stockpiles also grew by 4.4 million barrels, which shocked the industry as it is currently peak demand season.
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Asian and European stocks plunged on Friday, following a US rout on Thursday, after Trump's threat of more tariffs. US stocks are set to fall again.
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"Every country that has an interest in ensuring that those waterways are open and crude oil and other products can flow through the Strait of Hormuz needs to participate."
A bold British tanker ignored the government’s warnings and traveled through the Strait of Hormuz, just days after another UK ship was captured ...
The BW Elm traversed the Strait of Hormuz on Tuesday and Wednesday, even though the UK warned ships to avoid the waterway amid tensions with Iran.
US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said Iran couldn't raise oil prices that much, even if it was able to shut down a key passage for oil tankers.
Pompeo says UK must protect its own ships in the Strait of Hormuz as British politicians raise questions about the strength of the Royal Navy
Iran's Revolutionary Guard seized two British oil tankers on Friday to retaliate for the Royal Navy's seizure of an Iranian tanker earlier this month.
Iran is squirrelling millions of barrels of crude oil in Chinese ports to avoid breaching US sanctions
Iran is safely storing its crude and freeing up its tankers, while China can tap the stockpile if supply is disrupted or sanctions end.