Capstone Online CFD Trading: The crisis in the Middle East continues to escalate
2020-01-07 11:34 from：CAPSTONE author：Jack
Capstone Online CFD Trading: According to Reuters, a NATO official said that NATO multi-national ambassadors will hold an emergency meeting in Brussels on the 6th to discuss the situation in the Middle East. Earlier, U.S. forces shot down Qasem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Force, the elite unit of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards in an air strike in Baghdad, which has continued to worsen US-Iran relations and intensify tensions in the Middle East.
According to reports, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg organized the meeting after consulting with NATO member states. In addition, after Suleimani was killed in the attack on the 3rd, NATO decided to suspend training missions in Iraq due to security risks.
As tensions in the Middle East continue to escalate, worries about oil supply disruptions have also increased. Oil prices rose further on the 6th, with Brent crude oil prices approaching $ 70 a barrel. It is reported that after the attack on Suleimani, oil prices rose by more than 3%.
The Iraqi parliament voted on the 5th to deport foreign troops. Iran said on the 5th that it will terminate its remaining obligations in the Iran nuclear agreement.
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