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An Iran deal will only partially ease oil supply fears

As fears over Russian oil supply mount, negotiations between Iran and world powers on reviving the Iran nuclear deal have been advancing in Vienna. If the nuclear deal is revived, we think there will be an immediate increase in Iranian supply, but fears over Russian supply would probably limit any fall in prices.

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