The standard way to make forecasts of almost anything is to look at recent trends and assume that this trend will continue, at least for the next several years.
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A midweek update. New York crude futures have traded in a narrow range between $102-$103 per barrel this week as the markets reacted to changing headlines
If you want to corrupt a people, corrupt the language. Once it becomes impossible to say the truth with the language we have, it will ultimately be impossible for us to adapt and survive.
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A midweek update. London oil prices have continued to move higher this week as the Iraqi situation deteriorated further with Brent closing on Wednesday at $114.22.
There is no way out of the Catch 22 within the growth economy model.
A mid-week review. After holding around $104 a barrel since the end of last week, New York oil futures fell to 102.72 on Wednesday following analysts’ predictions of an increase in US crude stocks.
A mid-week update. Futures prices in New York and London continue to climb this week and are now up some $4 -5 a barrel since early May.
A midweek update. New York and London futures prices have risen about $2 a barrel this week closing at $102.37 and $110.19 respectively on Wednesday.
Gasoline prices in the United States have risen sharply recently, leading some newspapers to round up the usual suspects.