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The historical collapse of the “Black Gold”

The demand shock created by the pandemic has seen Crude Oil slide but today’s move was one for the history books

Crude Oil, which is often referred to as the “Black Gold,” has driven the industrialization of the global economy in the late 19th and most part of the 20th century. Continued heavy reliance on fossil…




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