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ExxonMobil CEO Says Oil Price Should Be $60 To $70 A Barrel

Rex Tillerson, the boss of ExxonMobil admitted last week that the price of oil–based purely on supply and demand- should be in the $60 to $70 a barrel range. The reason it’s above $100 a barrel, Tillerson explained, is due to the oil majors using futures contracts to lock in current high prices, and speculation that is engineered by the high-frequency trading of quantitative hedge funds.


Exxon, Shell profits surge on higher oil prices

Exxon, Shell profits surge on higher oil prices

Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell Plc reported big jumps in first quarter earnings and beat forecasts, thanks to high oil prices and healthy refining margins.


Exxon Mobil 3Q Income Jumps 55 Percent

Exxon Mobil 3Q income increases 55 percent to $7.35 billion on higher oil prices


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