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Increasing Arabs about a possible US military strike in Syria pushed US and global market down for the past few -- -- -- investors selling not stocks and bidding up the prices of crude oil gold and government bonds.
But now signed that military strikes on Syria may be delayed have dot com -- the market.
President Obama has already indicates -- -- limited military strike against Syrian president.
The -- Alice thought is accused of carrying out a chemical attack on his own people.
We have not yet made a decision.
But the international norm against the use chemical weapons needs to be kept in place.
British prime minister David Cameron -- call the parliament early.
This -- military action in the war torn country.
The question before the -- today is how to respond to one of the most of horrid abuses of chemical weapons in -- century.
Slaughtering innocent men women and children in Syria.
It is not about taking sides in the Syrian conflict it is not a by invading.
It is not -- backed regime change or even working more closely with the opposition.
It is about the large scale use of chemical weapons and our response to a war crime nothing else.
President Obama addressed the crisis in a conference call today in an attempt to bow out if he's against the thought.
The division in Britain and among certain US lawmakers will likely delay any imminent action.
Meanwhile the street remains fixated on the developments in Syria with any move likely to ricochet across financial markets particularly crude oil.
Reporting in New York Christina Scotty Fox Business.
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