Why the Price of Crude Should Never Exceed $80 a Barrel - Economics Roundtable

6/22/2009; 59 minutes

Commodities expert Philip K. Verleger, Jr. explains in 2009 why the energy markets should keep the cost crude oil below $80 a barrel. Verleger is a senior advisor to The Brattle Group, a Cambridge, Massachusetts economics consulting firm, where he specializes in the study of energy commodity markets.
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