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The bubble in the ratio of natural gas to crude oil has finally popped, and J.C. Parets doesn't...

The bubble in the ratio of natural gas to crude oil has finally popped, and J.C. Parets doesn't see a recovery any time soon: "The average over the last 20 years has been a 10:1 ratio. We’re nowhere near that… When prices mean revert, especially after being this extended, they tend to trade beyond historical averages... I would not be shocked to see single digits."
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    They are different commodities.
    17 May 2012, 12:19 PM Reply Like
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