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That reality was not acknowledged last week when a different senior State Department official told reporters that the United States expected global imports of Iranian oil to go to zero by Nov. 4, when Washington will reimpose sanctions against Tehran’s energy sector. The announcement sent oil prices soaring and markets have been on edge ever since. That official had briefed reporters on condition of anonymity to predict that it was unlikely — but not impossible — that some importers would be given waivers to protect them from penalties after buying Iranian oil. On Monday, Mr. Hook said, “Our policy is to get to zero as soon as possible” — a subtle shift that is likely to reassure markets. President Trump has repeatedly expressed concern about oil prices in recent weeks and announced on Saturday that King Salman of Saudi Arabia “has agreed” to raise daily oil production by 2 million barrels to ease the price pinch. Saudi Arabia is said to have spare capacity of 2 million barrels per day but it’s not clear whether that much could be available immediately . Mr.
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