Crude oil takes big hit from coronavirus and geopolitics

Crude Oil Takes Big Hit From Coronavirus and Geopolitics


Geopolitics and the coronavirus gave crude oil prices a one-two knockout punch that sent prices to the canvass last week. Prices for West Texas Intermediate on the New York Mercantile Exchange declined from $41 to $30 (27 percent) on Monday, recovered to $34 on Tuesday, but declined again to $33…

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Alex Mills is the former President of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers. The Alliance is the largest state oil and gas associations in the nation with more than 3,000 members in 305 cities and 28 states.


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