Brent crude is back over $100 a barell. Since 07 there seems to be a catch-22 with oil prices and economic growth. When economic growth is strong, demand of oil exceeds demand, which drives up oil prices and therefore retards economic growth. When the economy is slowing (or crashing), oil prices go down as well as demand decreases.
Has the increase in gasoline prices affected the amount you drive?
Tiger Legatus Master Fund was up 0.1% net for the second quarter, compared to the MSCI World Index's 7.9% return and the S&P 500's 8.5% gain. For the first half of the year, Tiger Legatus is up 9%, while the MSCI World Index has gained 13.3%, and the S&P has returned 15.3%. Q2 2021 hedge Read More
Last week’s poll (most people didn’t seem too interested).
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