September 29, 2011

Oil Prices: The Fourth Quarter Preview

Andres Tse,


Oil prices jumped back to negative territory Wednesday as fund managers reshuffle their positions ahead of the end of the third quarter, and the expectation is they could lurch even lower once the fourth quarter begins. . .

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