US and Iran Tensions May Push Crude Oil Prices to $150 per Barrel

Oil prices globally may increase to more than 150 US dollars a barrel because of growing tensions between the U.S and Iran, said a think tank in South Korea. The report given by the Korean Institute of Finance to the Strategy and Finance’ ministry, showed that there is a chance for oil prices worldwide to rise following the U.S. request for an Iranian crude oil embargo and Iran’s...
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China GDP, Iranian embargos propel oil investments

Crude oil futures posted strong gains on the Asian commodity index today, with West Texas Intermediate figures posting above the resistant $100 per barrel mark, as China’s Gross Domestic Product numbers proved considerably better than expected. The reports out of the emerging nation bolstered the overall projections for the path global economy could take in 2012 and gave oil investment...
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How to invest like the best of them

No one enjoys losing money on the stock market. With the current economic times seemingly tougher than ever, the list of people, companies and phenomenon to blame for losses is a long and tempting one. Yet ultimately it is not the individual companies, or an individual product or the stock market as a whole that dictate the fate of one’s investments. It is the investor him/herself. Such is the...
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Global crude oil prices sink amid euro zone debt concerns

Crude oil prices fell back on the global charts today, as old fears of a recession in Europe continued to reign on the market. According to the most recent reports from Germany, the nation’s economy shrank by more than 0.25% in the last quarter of 2011. Spain’s faltering industrial sector also took a toll on the crude oil price chart. Signs of financial weakening in the last remaining strong...
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