(Reuters) - Crude oil rose on Friday, with Brent pushing toward $116 a barrel, as Libyan security forces began a violent crackdown on protesters in Tr...
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Oil prices caused the last recession, and oil prices will cause the next one as well. In fact, this time around, oil prices are rising much earlier.
Every major global recession over the last forty years has had oil's fingerprints all over it. So why should we expect our next rendezvous to yield any different results?
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