Citigroup is out with another report anticipating U.S. energy independence by 2020, a time when...
Citigroup is out with another report anticipating U.S. energy independence by 2020, a time when "the bottom of today’s trading range ($90-$120/bbl) is going to be the top of the likely trading range" for crude oil. Among companies Citi mentions as big players and potential beneficiaries: CMI, NUE, ECA, CAT, DE, GE, MMM and SI.
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