Crude Oil Futures On A 10% Run
After breaking the triple-digit mark in 2012, crude oil futures have struggled to maintain their positive momentum. The end of last year saw the fossil fuel fall at the hands of increased output and supply , as new technologies are making it easier than ever to locate and extract reserves, not to mention the prevalence of natural gas. But the last few weeks of 2012 and the beginning of this year have seen crude turn things around, as the commodity has been once again reaching for $100 [for more crude oil news and analysis subscribe to our free newsletter ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Keystone XL Pipeline: The Good, Bad And Ugly 20 Must-Read Quotes About the Commodity Industry Which Oil ETF Is Right For You? OIL vs. USO vs. USL Speculating vs. Hedging With Futures Explained Bloomberg’s Most Influential People in Finance – Who’s Connected to Commodities
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