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Goldman Sachs bet on oil prices at $95 in 2010

Goldman Sachs yesterday predicted crude oil prices could reach $85 to $95 a barrel later in 2010, driven by accelerating global economic growth.

Goldman analysts say extra crude oil demand will draw excess capacity stored by OPEC back into the market, it also speculated refining margins will remain tight owing to increased capacity in Asian oil markets. An analyst for the bank said: “We continue to expect that as the near-term fundamentals of the oil market continue to improve, strengthening timespreads will lift West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil prices into this $85 to $95 per barrel range.

“Further, we expect that simple refining margins relative to WTI prices will come under pressure as OPEC spare capacity enters the market in the second half of 2010 as the resulting downward pressure on heavy crudes should allow complex refiners to increase production at the expense of simple light crude refiners.”

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Of course Goldman Sachs whom we all know in on top of their financial investment game states that oil will be trading at $95 later in the year….simply because they know that all of the oil trading lemmings will jump on this statement and make GS even richer.

So what if the meager economic recovery is driven back into submission because of false speculation?

Who cares…right?

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