Iran Pushes at World Oil Supplies
Iran seems to be demonstrating to the world that it can threaten global oil supplies. The U.S. has accused Iranian-backed forces of attacking oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz. Meanwhile, the Houthis, a rebel group backed by Iran, have attacked a Saudi Arabian oil pipeline leading to the Red Sea. Trumpet contributing editor Richard Palmer examines the consequences of an Iranian attack on the world’s oil supplies. Also on today’s show: Why are central banks buying gold in record amounts?
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