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How drone attacks on Saudi Aramco might blow up US-Iran tensions

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How drone attacks on Saudi Aramco might blow up US-Iran tensions

How drone attacks on Saudi Aramco might blow up US-Iran tensions

Attacks likely to scupper diplomacy and risk plunging Iran and the US, along with regional allies, into further escalation.

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On Thursday, Apple released a blockbuster earnings report. On Friday, Apple shares surged as much as 7%. Apple's market capitalization briefly overtook Saudi Aramco's on Friday, dethroning the oil giant as the most valuable company in the world. Apple's market value at $1.762 trillion. Apple's recent tear has sent shares up roughly 39% year-to-date. The company also on Thursday announced a 4-1 stock split, which it said would help it appeal to a broader range of investors.

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