Bloomberg: Rock Creek Sr. Advisor Alan Greenspan Suggests Oil Prices Have Probably Bottomed Out at $40

During Rock Creek's 2Q 2016 quarterly outlook discussion, Rock Creek Sr. Advisor and Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan suggested that oil prices have probably bottomed out at about $40 per barrel after tumbling more than 20 percent in the past two months into a bear market. "It's hard for me to imagine it going very much lower, but it could," he said. Greenspan sees oil trading in a range of about $40 to $50 a barrel over the next couple of years. A $50 price would be high enough to encourage new shale oil production in the U.S., he said.

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