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Assessing the upside risk to oil prices

It is not in the economic interests of either Russia or the West to use trade in energy as a weapon against each other, but that is not to say it won’t happen. If energy flows were disrupted, we think oil prices could settle at around $120-140 per barrel, before coming back down as trade flows re-route.

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