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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
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When coal and gas futures reach the liquidity levels of oil, algorithmic traders will enter the marketplace
Brent crude reaches its highest price since September 2008
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Israel’s national airline tightens up on the way it hedges jet fuel risk and currency movements
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