The price of oil has been flattened since last summer. Now it’s hit rock bottom. John Stepek explains why you should get ready for a rebound in the price.
Energy: the MoneyWeek view
March 2015: Oil bounces back Oil prices bounced by 27% in February. Production is still rising, but will slide, as the number of rigs in the US has plunged. US natural gas is up to around $3 per million Btus. As more industries and households start to use gas, a structural bull market should develop.
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