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Dateline 2015-09-02, TMI:
Oil and gas related stocks took a dive in the early trades today, as the crude oil futures resumed its downwards trend on fears of potential fresh supply from Iran post the sanctions lifting deal.
The global crude oil prices has been very volatile, which saw the benchmark index Brent crude price continue to weaken lately, after rebounding to US$60 (RM252) to US$70 per barrel in the second quarter of 2015 (2Q15).
At the point of writing, Brent Crude for October delivery was traded down 1.63% to US$48.75 per barrel, while US Crude lost 2.27% to US$44.38 per barrel. (Me: get current prices here)