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How High Oil Prices Will Permanently Cap Economic Growth

by Jeff Rubin
For most of the last century, cheap oil powered global economic growth. But in the last decade, the price of oil has quadrupled, and that shift will permanently shackle the growth potential of the world’s economies.
KeySignals • 1 year ago

High Oil Prices eat America's lunch.

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