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Crude Back To Flat, Red Sea Worry Eyed

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Our commodities team has noted that WTI and Brent crude oil futures are back in positive territory on the day amid unconfirmed market rumours of another missile strike on a vessel in the Red Sea. The strike has not been confirmed and is not appearing on any mainstream news wires.

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Our commodities team has noted that WTI and Brent crude oil futures are back in positive territory on the day amid unconfirmed market rumours of another missile strike on a vessel in the Red Sea. The strike has not been confirmed and is not appearing on any mainstream news wires.