Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has started a shopping tour in Europe just days after the lifting of international sanctions over Iran's nuclear programme. He wants to let the world know that Iran is back in business. And European companies are lining up for a share in the Iranian market - promising billions of dollars in new deals. But what does the end of Iran sanctions mean for the global economy?
With oil prices plunging to their lowest levels in a decade, a deal between Russia and Saudi Arabia could take two million barrels a day off the market. Less than two years ago, a barrel of oil was over $100. Since then, it has fallen to around $30. That is the business story. But it is also a political story. Watch to learn more.
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As coalition attacks on ISIL-controlled oil sites intensify, militants are being forced to look, not only for a new stronghold, but also for new sources of income.
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