Syria tensions rattle markets

Escalating political tensions between Syria and the U.S. started to bite into markets Tuesday, with U.S. Treasury debt prices, oil prices and safe-haven currencies all climbing as expectations of military intervention in the war-torn country grew. (WSJ)

Left: oil prices on NY Mercantile Exchange

Left, oil prices, Brent (benchmark for rest of world)

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