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What Plunging Oil Prices Mean for Energy Bonds

What Plunging Oil Prices Mean for Energy Bonds

On April 20, the price of oil skidded into negative territory for the first time in history, with the May futures contract on West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude hitting a low of –US$37.63 per barrel before recovering to positive levels.


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