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Here’s the key factor pushing oil prices to $35 a barrel After enjoying a stellar run-up, crude futures head south again, treading into bear-market territory.
However, the fundamentals of supply and demand may not be the key reason behind the recent bout of weakness in crude futures.Gold futures gain nearly 3% for the month Gold futures lurch up after a report on U. economic growth came in weaker than expected, pushing the dollar lower and providing support for the precious yellow metal, which finish the month almost 3% higher.With Matt Damon back, ‘Jason Bourne’ looks to ignite the summer box office The franchise, which has grossed more than $1.2 billion worldwide, has Matt Damon back in the title role for “Jason Bourne” and looks to inject some excitement, and some much needed money, into the summer box office.There’s lots of talk about the calculus of return on investment in education.I get plenty of emails from readers with six-figure student loans for degrees in social work who have a very difficult financial road ahead.Sure, if you’re 18 and have the foresight to choose a reasonably priced college and an in-demand field of study, great.