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The Mideast aside, September had already promised to be a month of uncertainty and perhaps a "better buying opportunity," Gamco's Howard Ward told CNBC.
With a potential Syria strike looming, only the brave will short oil over the long holiday weekend.
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Fed speak is back in the spotlight Thursday, as traders keep an eye on the Middle East and rising oil prices.
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Oil prices have risen as tensions mount in Syria. Here's how pro traders are positioning themselves now.
Oil could briefly spike to $150 per barrel or more if Syria's supporters seek to punish the U.S. and its allies for a military strike against it by disrupting oil supplies. Brent oil could briefly spike as high as $150 a barrel.
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