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OIL, OIL, OIL!!! David R. Kotok March 3, 2012 > “Oil prices could soar to $440 a barrel if Strait of Hormuz closed.”  Tehran Times—five hours ago. The worst part of writing this missive is that I remember every one of the events in the list below.  Maybe that is the best part, too.  At [...]
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