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Crude oil has been rallying over the past six weeks and is once again approaching $50 per barrel. Some of the reasons for this move are the current bout of cold weather, uncertainty over the upcoming Iraqi elections, and Iran. Iran is of particular interest since tensions have been escalating over the last week. Negotiations between Europe and Iran appear to be deadlocked over the key issue of uranium enrichment which has coincided with an increase in the number of reports in regards to using force against Iran. Today's chart illustrates the degree by which OPEC oil production plunged and oil prices surged following the last Iranian crisis (1979). It is also worth noting that following the 2001 US recession, the world has relied on OPEC to increase production and meet the planet's ever-increasing appetite for oil. Stay tuned...

Notes:
- Which way is oil headed and what does it mean for the stock market? Find out with Barron's recommended Chart of the Day Plus.



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