Crude oil futures have jumped about $2.50 a barrel this Friday morning on the heels of the U.S.drone strike, directly ordered by President Donald Trump, that killed a key Iranian military commander in Iraq. Commodity traders typically buy (or sell) first and ask questions later. With the nearby futures contract approaching $64 a barrel, a closer look at this market is a must before the Wall Street open.
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