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Introducing "The 3R": Why Goldman Thinks Oil Is Going To $82

It may not be Goldman's historic(ally wrong) "oil to $200 super-spike" call from the spring of 2008  which has so far top-ticked the highest price of crude in history, but in the grand scheme of things, Goldman's call from this morning was not that much different when the world's central banker incubator boosted its price forecast by a third and said global crude markets have probably rebalanced.
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