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Drone Attack Takes Out Saudi Oil Plants

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Drone Attack Takes Out Saudi Oil Plants

Drone Attack Takes Out Saudi Oil Plants

Saudi stocks fell sharply on Sunday after drone attacks on two oil plants knocked out more than half of Saudi crude oil output -- more than 5% of the world's crude supply.


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