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A Crude Oil Price Forecast For 2017

Exactly two years ago, crude oil started its historic collapse of almost 75%, a decline that was never seen before in history. Now that crude has stabilized, what is our crude oil price forecast for 2017? Before looking into that question, it is always interesting to go back in time and look at former price forecasts from the experts. Let’s first revisit what the pros predicted in 2014: Business Insider published an article with bullish crude oil price forecasts A Marketwatch blog post referred to higher crude oil price forecasts Forbes predicted lower crude oil prices Another Forbes article forecasted a ceiling on crude oil prices CNBC lowered The post A Crude Oil Price Forecast For 2017 appeared first on Investing Haven.
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