15.01.2009 - Commodities investors hit as oil benchmarks diverge
From FT: The price difference between the world’s two main oil price benchmarks – West Texas Intermediate and Brent – widened on Wednesday to a record as inventories at the delivery point of WTI, in Cushing, Oklahoma, surged to an all-time high. ICE February Brent traded at a record intra-day premium of $8.46 a barrel over Nymex February WTI, well above a previous peak of $6.60 a barrel set in May 2007..... Full Article: Source
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