Not just oil, but nat. gas, fertilizers, grains … other key commodities.
U.S. utilities push White House not to sanction Russian uranium:
"The United States relies on Russia and its allies Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan for roughly half of the uranium powering its nuclear plants" t.co/mOrSBVOWIU
— Peter ⚒ Spina | Gold & Silver Maximalist (@goldseek) March 2, 2022
GERMANY'S FINANCE MINISTER LINDNER: WE MAY NEED TO GET USED TO THE NOTION OF LONG-TERM CONFLICT. WAR, SANCTIONS ALSO HARM THE EUROPEAN ECONOMY, AND WE MAY NEED TO GET USED TO THE THOUGHT OF LONG-TERM CONFLICT. GERMANY AND EUROPE ARE PREPARED.
— Breaking News | FinancialJuice (@Financialjuice1) March 2, 2022
Brent crude oil price
1st of November: $68
1st of December: $77
1st of January: $89
1st of February: $97
— The Spectator Index (@spectatorindex) March 2, 2022
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) March 2, 2022
Economic dangers from Russia invasion ripple across globe…
Fed STILL has not raised rates…