As oil prices fall, do speculators deserve credit? - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Oil Prices Speculators

The price of oil on the futures market and the spot market has been falling rapidly, after rising sharply in the beginning of May, tumbling 21 percent this month. It was only back in February when rapidly rising oil prices produced fears of a prolonged recession and stunted global growth. Many politicians, including President Barack […]

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