- The U.S. is reportedly still considering military intervention against Syria for the latter country's suspected use of chemical weapons despite Britain's parliament last night ruling out such action.
- The Obama administration moved to strengthen domestic support for intervention by providing congressional leaders with intelligence findings that pointed to the Assad regime's culpability.
- The U.S. could even take unilateral action, although it may not have to, as French President Francois Hollande reiterated his support for action.
- Oil is -1% to $107.69 following the U.K.'s decision, with Citi strategist Tim Evans saying that while a strike against Syria is still possible, it's "certainly looking less likely than it did a day ago."
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U.S. could go it alone in attack on Syria after U.K. rejection
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