Oil price approaches eight-month high as EU threatens Iranian embargo

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Brent crude nears $114 a barrel as EU ministers agree in principle to Iranian oil import ban

Oil prices neared an eight-month high yesterday, after European diplomats confirmed the EU had agreed in principle to an embargo on Iranian oil imports. Prices continued their recent surge, with a barrel...

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