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Oil prices rise with IEA’s cut to demand forecast

By Bloomberg
14 October 2018   |   4:09 pm
In "Futures In Focus," Scott Gecas, chief market strategist at Long Leaf Trading, examines oil prices as the IEA cuts its demand forecast through 2019 and how the U.S. dollar is impacting commodities.

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