SINGAPORE (Jan 10): Simmering tensions between the US and Iran have spilt over into a war of words and some missile strikes, one of which killed an important Iranian general. The US says no one was killed. So far, these exchanges have resulted in a knee-jerk spike in oil prices and some volatility in equity markets. But this did not last in the face of tepid oil demand and the US presidential cycle.

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