Since July, every time crude oil gets a bid there is some news to squash the rally. This time the People's Bank of China, in a surprise move, devalued its currency causing its biggest one day sell-off in almost 20 years.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average capped the worst week since 2011, finishing with a 100-point lurch in the final half-hour of trading, as equities tumbled around the world after crude extended declines below $58 a barrel.
While Chicago is thrilled with being the World Champions of hockey, it is tired of being number one in gasoline prices. Just as hopes were being raised that we could see gas prices start to fall, a storm cut the power to the refinery in Lemont, Illinois.