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Oil Strikes Again; This Time, High Energy Costs Have the Potential to Bite Oct 00 Product Image

Oil Strikes Again; This Time, High Energy Costs Have the Potential to Bite Oct 00

  • Published: October 2000
  • Standard & Poors

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Abstract
With oil prices soaring to their highest levels in 10 years and the average annual price of crude now running at a 15-year high, many of the real economic effects being felt are understandably negative. And despite the Administration's decision to increase daily global oil supplies by 1.3% for 30 days, there is likely to be little long-term change in supplies and prices moving forward. For a long time there has been concern about rising debt, asset price bubbles, and unbridled consumption. Until now, however, there had not been a catalyst sufficient to trigger all the many risks that lay dormant in the U.S. economy. Many had been expecting the Asian market crisis and Russian debt default to trigger a...

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- Phoenix
- Orlando
- Charlotte
- Portland
- Las Vegas
- Seattle
- Salt Lake City
- Dallas
- Fort Worth
- Atlanta
- Nashville
- Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.
- Russian Federation

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- Phoenix
- Orlando
- Charlotte
- Portland
- Las Vegas
- Seattle
- Salt Lake City
- Dallas
- Fort Worth
- Atlanta
- Nashville
- Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad Co.
- Russian Federation

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