Still, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday reiterated her support for the Iran nuclear deal and agreed with Trump that talks were needed to established how USA sanctions would affect companies operating in Iran. The Iranian rial was already struggling amid rumours that the deal would collapse, and according to the Washington Post the rial was trading at 66,000 to the US dollar on the black market despite a government-set rate of 42,000 rials.
July West Texas Intermediate crude oil is in a position to post its highest close since late 2014 on Friday. But with the deed now done, what lies ahead, and what are the risks to the economy and stocks? Excluding good and energy, the measure is at 1.9 percent - within a hair of the Federal Reserve's inflation target.
In other news, US crude inventories fell by 2.2 million barrels in the week to May 4, to 433.76 million barrels, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), slightly above the 420 million barrels five-year average level.
The U.S. will not have the coalition that shut in 1 million barrels per day (mb/d) of Iranian oil exports prior to the 2015 agreement.
If the oil price were to rise to $US100, it could add a minimum of 21 cents a litre to the average Australian fuel price at the bowser. This price increase is related to fears that the global supply of oil will be squeezed if the Iran nuclear deal falls through. "Distillate and gasoline stockpiles have been shrinking in America, suggesting that fuel demand is healthy, which will ultimately lead to a draw in overall crude inventories". Americans have fully embraced SUVs and pickups, with Ford looking out phasing out almost all of its passenger vehicle models. More than ten percent of Airbus parts come from the USA, after all, so manufacturers in the country are also affected by Airbus losing its share of the $40 billion contract.
Zarif is on a diplomatic tour of China, Russia and Europe, the other backers of the agreement who strongly opposed Trump's decision and hope to salvage the deal.
The investors are anxious that renewed sanctions against Iran, a major oil producer, could lead to supply disruptions. There will be a 90-day and 180-day wind down period before sanctions really start to bite, which puts the deadline at early November.
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Second, OPEC countries have plenty of spare capacity to offset reductions in supply from Iran.
France and Germany are among European Union countries that had drawn up euro-denominated Iran export finance programs to resist USA sanctions. On Wednesday, a Saudi energy official indicated Riyadh might raise output to offset any supply shortage.
Certain waivers can be negotiated, but the US did not say what goods or countries might qualify.
Overall, Capital Economics is looking for oil prices to decline slightly to $65 a barrel by year-end.
This, combined with collapsing oil production in Venezuela - previously a major oil producer - has significantly shrunk global oil levels.
And apart from Dubai and Oman, the wealthy Gulf oil exporting states have minimal trade and investment links with Iran, meaning they have little to lose.