What price oil?

Knudsen, Max
January 2013
Banker Middle East;Jan2013, Issue 147, p60
The article discusses the forecasts for the oil price in 2013. It says that the recessions and increasing world supplies are affecting the price of oil. It states that the geopolitical tensions between Iran and the U.S. will add risk to the oil market. It also mentions that the continuation of bullish forecasting will result to higher price of oil.


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