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By Phil Flynn | May 26, 2016
By Grant Smith, Bloomberg | February 11, 2015
With supply continuing to soar and demand down the tubes, an oil confrontation between U.S. producers outside OPEC seems inevitable. If production won't be cut, something else has to give.
By Sholom Sanik | July 16, 2013
The Chinese crop is down 1 million bales from last year, or 2.8%, but that is not very likely to result in increased imports. A U.S. crop failure — while, still a possibility — may not mean what it once did.
By Phil Flynn | December 21, 2009
Daily fundamental energy report from Phil Flynn.