President Nicolas Maduro won Sunday’s contentious vote, while the opposition party – and several of the crisis-stricken nation’s neighbors refused to recognize the result.
President Donald Trump vowed to take “strong and swift economic” action ahead of Venezuela’s controversial election for a new Constituent Assembly.
Helima Croft, global head of strategy at RBC Capital Markets, said Venezuela would suffer “extreme economic duress” if the Trump administration decided to target the country’s oil sector. Read More…
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