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U.S. OIL PRICES ENTER BEAR MARKET

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: $40 Crude brings opportunity to negotiate lower prices for a wide variety of products   |   08.12.16 – Crude settles at $40.06 a barrel, down from early June – Oil prices entered a bear market, briefly dipping below

NATURAL GAS RISES AS POWER-SECTOR DEMAND HOLDS STRONG

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE: Natural Gas rising but still at near historical lows   |   06.27.16 – 5th winning season in the last 7 years – Natural gas prices rose Monday, pushing back toward the 10-month highs set last week as power-sector

BRENT OIL PRICES AT LOWEST LEVELS IN OVER A DECADE

NEGOTIATOR’S TAKE:  Transportation, plastic components, and petrochemicals all ripe for downward price negotiations. 12.30.15 – Expanding global surplus due to high-paced production sparks fears that prices will fall further Below $34 a barrel for the first time since 2009 Brent