September 16, 2019 / 8:47 AM / a month ago

TAKE A LOOK-U.S. blames Iran for Saudi attacks but does not want war

    Sept 17 (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on
Monday said it looked like Iran was behind attacks on oil plants
in Saudi Arabia but stressed he did not want to go to war.
    Below is a list of the latest news stories, market reaction
and analysis:
    
LATEST NEWS
> Trump says he does not want war after attack                  
> U.S. watching and waiting on oil reserve - Perry              
> Saudi says evidence indicates Iranian arms used               
> China condemns attacks on Saudi oil facilities                
> U.S. lawmakers blast Iran, wary of war                        
> UAE says Aramco attacks a dangerous escalation                
> Iran's leader says U.S. policy of pressure to fail            
> Iran dismisses U.S. claim it was behind attacks               
> UK will work with partners on response to attack              
> Putin proposes Russian arms for Saudi after attack            
> Yemen's Houthis say Aramco plants still a target              
> Iran says U.S. bases, ships in range of missiles              
> Iraq denies its territory used to launch attack               
> Iran hardliners seen gaining over attacks                     
    
OIL INDUSTRY IMPACT
> Saudi Aramco offers alternative oil to Indian firm            
> Saudi delays LPG Oct nominations announcement                 
> Several Asian refiners to get full Saudi volumes              
> Aramco to delay PetroChina's Oct loadings                     
> Saudi Aramco's trading arm seeks oil products                 
> Japanese refiners assess supplies after attacks               
> Petrobras holds fuel prices steady despite attacks            
> Buyers of Saudi oil scramble for alternatives                 
> Oil tanker bottleneck builds at Saudi ports                   
> Saudi had at least 73 mln bbls of crude stored                
> Aramco may take months to resume normal output                
> U.S. shale unlikely to quickly replace lost supply            
  
        
MARKET REACTION
> Oil falls as market assesses attacks in Saudi                 
> Oil trims gains, MidEast risks hold back stocks               
> Saudi leads losses as major Gulf markets slide                
> Oil attacks send Saudi bonds to multi-week lows               
> Gold up 1% as Saudi attacks lift safe-haven assets            
> FTSE 100 steadies after Saudi attacks                         
    
ANALYSIS, OPINION, FACTBOXES
> Attacks on Saudi: what will it mean for consumers?            
> GRAPHIC-Saudi's vast storage cushions oil market              
> GRAPHIC-Saudi attack leads to big oil supply loss             
> COLUMN-Attack finds oil market's Achilles heel                
> COLUMN-Will the lessons of attack be learned?                 
> BREAKINGVIEWS-Oil market may help shale                       
> BREAKINGVIEWS-Drones detonate Aramco IPO hopes                
> EXPLAINER-How the Saudi attack affects oil supply             
> EXPLAINER-Attack cuts world spare oil capacity                
> FACTBOX-Impact of attack on crude, product markets            
> FACTBOX-Saudi oil attack and global inventories               
> FACTBOX-Attacks, incidents stoking Gulf tensions              
> ANALYST VIEW-Attacks raise spectre of $100 oil                
    

  
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