What is going on with crude oil? Is it something of a speedometer measuring a hyperinflationary breakdown's acceleration and deceleration (at least that which is being anticipated)?
Now, in breakdown strange things are happening. Supply and demand contract, yet the price on the best piece of collateral on the planet backing the trans-Atlantic banking system's mountain of debt increases, as it must lest the mountain be at even greater risk of collapse.
At present we have oil apparently falling of its own weight (relatively tame volume is suggesting this). So, with demand solidly on course to continue contracting, how in the world will supply be taken out faster?
Remember Libya last year? So far this year sanctions on Iran set to go into effect on July 1st aren't working. Saudi Arabia beware.
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