What Happened to Cheap Postwar Oil?
In the three anxious months leading up to the Iraq war, oil prices soared by 25%, to more than $37 a barrel. Despite the alarming rise, many energy experts were quick to argue that a fast and decisive victory would send oil tumbling below $25 for the rest of the year.
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