Oil price uncertain amid Iran-US conflict
On Jan. 3 Alaska North Slope crude rose $2.03 to $70.42 a barrel, the first time it hit $70 a barrel since May 22, 2019, per the Alaska Department of Revenue.
Oil surged in reaction to tensions in the Middle East, specifically Iranís threat to retaliate for the U.S. airstrike on Jan. 2 that killed t....
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