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Rising commodity prices pose the biggest risk to recovery after the 2008 global financial crisis, according to a risk.net poll
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Mideast and Libya crisis fuels oil options “frenzy”
Industry experts are wary of European Commission proposals intended to bring additional safeguards to the spot market
The sharp increase in oil price volatility resulting from political upheaval in Libya and across the Middle East has helped push the volume of oil options traded to a new all-time high
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