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High Crude Prices? Why Natural Gas Might Be the Answer for Investors

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Brian O'Connell
February 22, 2012

Sentiment is gathering on Wall Street over how to compensate for rising oil prices, which hit $105-per-barrel for West Texas Crude this week, after more saber rattling from Iran.

The Middle Eastern oil giant has slashed exports to France and Great Britain, and that has oil traders worried that higher oil prices will lead to high prices at the pump, where the average cost of a gallon of gasoline is nearing $4. Consumers won’t like that even a little bit, and any further volatility in the Middle East, just like ...

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