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CNBC's Terranova: Missile Defense Decision Will Send Oil Higher

'Fast Money' panelist explains the Obama decision combined with the Oct. 1 meeting with the Iranians will upset Israel and thus send the price of crude up.

Chevron/Ecuadorian Amazon Film Tries Not to Take Sides, but Fails

'Crude' relies heavily on footage of anti-oil company plaintiffs and alleged victims, but does give behind scenes glimpse of eco-litigator.

'Nightly News' Praises Putin's Business Bullying

NBC segment calls former Russian president turned prime minister's intervention in private businesses 'combating Russia's deep recession hand-to-hand.'

Fox Business Host Warns $5-Gallon Gas if Iranian Tension Persists

Eric Bolling of 'Happy Hour' explains Iranian instability might force $200-barrel oil; says Israel the wildcard.

Cramer, Burnett: Iran Election Results Expected; Lesson for Card Check Proponents

CNBC personalities note oil's decline on Iran news, but suggest questionable election result a sign of what could happen with unions and Employee Free Choice Act.

Saudi Oil Minister Reprimands CNBC Reporter for Calling OPEC a 'Cartel'

'Organization' limits output, wants to set price but denies it falls under the definition of a 'cartel.'

'Evening News' Segment Lobbies for European-Style High-Speed Rail

CBS' Jeff Greenfield touts faster commutes and less road and air congestion, but ignores Amtrak's operating losses.

Caruso Cabrera Decries G20's Attack on Tax Havens: 'Leave Liechtenstein Alone!'

CNBC 'Power Lunch' co-host notes how tax competition is important; elimination of tax havens would benefit brutal dictatorial regimes.

Fellow Travelers: Socialist Leader Finds Common Ground with Obama

George Papandreou tells Fox Biz: World needs to 'collaborate,' focus on 'green economy,' and 'redistribute' wealth with global stimulus.

BBC Host and HuffPo Blogger Warns of U.S. Military Action if China Pushes for Global Currency

Max Keiser tells Aljazeera English that countries won't push toward a global currency for fear 'U.S. Marines are going to show up in our backdoor.'
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