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Iran, world powers to meet in Vienna for nuclear talks. *UK to reopen Iran embassy in diplomatic breakthrough. NEW YORK, June 17- Brent oil held steady above $113 per barrel on Tuesday and U.S. crude weakened slightly as fears over oil supply disruptions from Iraq offset thawing relations between Iran and the West.
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The majority of the fighting in Iraq is taking place in the Northern region, but many didn't fear it would reach Baghdad. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports 7 people are dead in a car bombing in Baghdad.
*Questions mount if Iraq can increase oil output at all. MOSCOW/ NEW DELHI, June 17- Some oil companies are pulling foreign staff from Iraq, fearing Sunni militants from the north could strike at major oilfields concentrated in the Shi'ite south despite moves by the Baghdad government to tighten security.
Foreign staff at Iraq's largest oil refinery in Baiji have been evacuated, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Iraqi officials say they are still in control of the refinery, but it is surrounded by Islamist militants.
LONDON, June 17- Iraqi Kurdistan has built a link connecting Kirkuk to its newly-built pipeline to Turkey, its minister of natural resources said, potentially cementing Kurdish control over the northern oil hub and reducing its reliance on Baghdad.
Iran, world powers to meet in Vienna for nuclear talks. *Iraq's main refinery shuts down. NEW YORK, June 17- Brent oil held steady above $113 per barrel on Tuesday as fears that violence in Iraq could hit exports offset thawing relations between Iran and the West that could boost that nation's output.
June 17- Iraq's oil exports, confined to its southern terminals, have not so far been affected by escalating violence in the north, where an export pipeline has been out of action since March.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on conditions within a UN camp where about 2,000 civilians have fled fighting in nearby Mosul, Iraq.
*Iraq's main refinery shuts down. LONDON, June 17- Oil was steady at around $113 per barrel on Tuesday, as signs of a thaw in relations between Iran and the West offset fears that Iraqi exports could be hit by spreading violence in OPEC's second-biggest oil exporter.
With the White House reportedly considering air strikes in Iraq, former U.S. National Security Adviser Samuel Berger, discusses U.S. options in Iraq and what it could mean for Obama's presidential legacy.
The New York Times is reporting 44 Sunni prisoners have been killed in a police station north of Baghdad. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, provides an update on U.S. and Iranian efforts to quell the situation in Iraq.
My fear is not inflation in this country other than in gasoline and at the pump, says CNBC's Jim Cramer explaining why he is keeping an eye on oil as unrest continues in Iraq.
The Iraqi army and Shiite religious leaders have finally mobilized, reports NBC's Richard Engel, with an update on the crisis in Iraq.
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Stephen Roach, Yale University senior fellow, shares his outlook on consumers and the economy. We seriously need to think about new sources of growth, Roach says.
Geoff Dennis, UBS head of gem equity strategy, discusses the impact of geopolitical concerns on global money. So far it's been fairly muted, says Dennis.
Stephen Roach, Yale University senior fellow, shares his thoughts on China's energy dependency and the ripple effect of China's relationship with Iraq and the U.S.
Stuart Holliday, Meridian CEO, discusses the challenges of establishing ground support in Iraq.
Bob Dudley, BP CEO says his company hasn't missed a beat in operations so far, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, with an update from Iraq.