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Is Oil's $98 Break Through a Bearish Signal?

Friday, 11 November, 2011

Dan Dicker, MercBloc says most of the rally in oil has been WTI related and says he expects the rally to be temporary. Also, the Fast Money traders weigh in with the trade on Starbucks' acquisition of Evolution Fresh for $30M in cash.

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