The Global Outlook for Crude Oil

November 19, 2012

Strong crude oil prices are largely discounted by the market, and geopolitical and monetary factors suggest that prices could climb higher. However, a closer examination of the fundamentals offers evidence to the contrary. Despite political tension in the Middle East and monetary policies such as quantitative easing, signs point to an increased risk of falling prices, argues Bloomberg Industries senior analyst Christian O'Neil.

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