ISIS and Oil Prices

Turmoil in the Middle East could tilt the field toward North American energy producers.By John Dowd, Sector Portfolio Manager, Fidelity Management & Research CompanyFIDELITY VIEWPOINTSOctober 2014

During the past few months, Iraq has been destabilized anew by the rapid incursion of a Sunni militant group known as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The risk of a significant disruption to Iraqi production could have a significant impact for stocks in the energy sector, and beyond.

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