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Elsewhere it Kyra this is better on the -- -- -- -- -- In New York City.
I've been trying to get a good guesstimate on the on the -- there are hundreds resorts and -- a lot of by and large these folks -- -- -- -- To step down but he is not stepping down -- it looked like he will eminently in this on the same -- the president states that you know you really should step.
And all of this on the same day our markets at least -- kind of taking this in -- a quick look at how that.
The -- market did today we're up about thirty points here what's remarkable is on this crazy week.
We were still go to 250 points here's what's even more -- release tomorrow now besides what's been happening with oil.
It was generally flat today it's under 98 -- of barrels which means since this whole crisis.
Erupted -- ten days ago.
On the barrel of oil -- cause you maybe three bucks and then it's -- at the -- so.
What -- today.
-- but it is not worried we've got under originally here from -- that's what management under the markets aren't taking us.
In relatives stride.
What are you.
Make of that.
I agree with you I think that there was if you look at the range the trading range over the past eight days or so it's been 89 dollars which is bull by the Rangers saw in the past six months of of crude trading so.
The the markets were quite volatile but now I think that they're digesting the news a little bit in a big concern a big talk has been about.
The shutdown of the Suez Canal is it going to be shut down is that not going to be shut down what's the impact of that going to be on the price of oil.
So I think right now traders are taking a bit of a breather and to really reassess the situation and see what's gonna happen moving forward.
We should explain in -- an encyclopedia on this -- but.
-- of the date -- -- anchors not all of them but some of the medium size ones and certainly the ones that make their way to Europe.
Go through this -- Really -- 1000 foot wide Suez Canal so the big super tankers.
Simply cannot but.
Not that any particular government -- -- Egypt or -- Good shot that canal down.
We did a year up from a top minister in Iran that they would do everything to avoid that but state that they caught it.
That would then change the dynamics.
Without a doubt they say there's so much conjecture coming out of Egypt right now they say that Egypt is really the only government that can shut down the Suez Canal.
But we're looking at dangers in various ports ports can be shut down by protesters.
-- could have individual ships attacked by protesters.
But really it's not gonna stop oil production what it's gonna stop is the flow of oil little changed of global flow of oil.
And if the Suez Canal does get shut down the -- -- greatly -- -- impact -- short term supply of oil.
And put a squeeze on oil prices.
We're moving forward.
Really I think that that is -- -- real big danger and especially what's going on in Egypt is something that you and I discussed a few back if you expect to go.
Is remember what happened in Tunisia.
Spread over into Egypt is that gonna spread over in June Saudi Arabia -- then we have a real big issue.
Then we have seven million barrels of oil a day they could -- impacted.
Very good 100 very good seeing you again and under is indeed right.
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