It Was A Swell Quarter If You Were In Oil: `I Just Can't Think About Shopping'Laura Zinn
In the last quarter of 1990, the fortunes of the oil and retail industries diverged sharply. Energy producers benefited--perhaps more than they wanted to--from high crude prices, while retailers suffered through a cheerless Christmas. The sharp contrasts between the industries should continue through this year.
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