Mar 3, 2011

Oil Could Rise To 150 Dollars A Barrel If Troubles Spread To Bahrain And Saudi Arabia

“If troubles spread to other countries such as Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, this could push oil prices up to 140 to 150 dollars per per barrel, which could trigger a double-dip recession in the periphery of Europe and the U.K.” - in a Paris conference

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