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  1. Crude oil tumbles below $80 per barrel

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    Thu, 16 Oct 2014

    WTI crude drops below $80 per barrel for the first time since the early summer of 2012. Heading into the winter, heating oil (NYSEARCA: UHN ) at $2.43 per gallon has dipped below that summer 2012 price to its lowest level since late 2010

  2. Oil plunges to lowest in more than two years

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    Tue, 14 Oct 2014

    2% to $82.25 per barrel, the weakest print since late-June 2012. As the country moves into heating season, heating oil (NYSEARCA: UHN ) - down 3.3% today to $2.47 per gallon - is also at its lowest since the early summer of 2012

  3. Oil looking attractive at Morgan Stanley

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    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

    strengthening, with more improvement ahead." The team says analysts are too concerned with demand for gasoline and heating oil . and thus missing the big picture strong long-term demand for crude. There's no sign, they say, of a sharp decline

  4. Tumbling oil leads commodity slide

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    Tue, 30 Sep 2014

    to $91.25 per barrel, about inline with the lowest pricing seen this year. USO -2.9% Moving alongside is heating oil ( UHN -1.1% ) and gasoline ( UGA -3.1% ). Broad energy ETFs: DBE , RJN , JJE , ONG , RGRE , UBN Checking other

  5. Why Rosy Outlooks Fall Flat

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    Thu, 22 May 2014

    in the first quarter. But Zerohedge reports that the surge was due to increased spending on health care and heating oil . Heating oil spending will, of course, not figure into second quarter growth. But if increased health-care spending is

  6. What to Do With a Tax Refund

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    Sun, 6 Apr 2014

    savings plan (probably 30%-50%). 2. Park cash explicitly for the purpose of buying a few hundred gallons of heating oil next winter. 3. Top up the emergency fund, probably with a mix of I-bonds and munis. 4. Invest the remainder

  7. From Barron’s, February 10, 2014 (Part 1)

    Commentary

    Sat, 8 Feb 2014

    the total credit. But bigger problems may be ahead in Chinese corporate credits . Pg M9, Commodities: Prices for heating oil are up due to bitter cold. But inventories are also low, so the prices will remain strong even after winter. Related

  8. North American Nat Gas markets being globalized

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    Sat, 3 Aug 2013

    the propaganda of the oil lobby that this oil will benefit the US consumer will be exposed at the gas pump and in the heating oil and road diesel tanks. Since there is still no mention of this crude being licensed to be exported as US produced crude

  9. Kirby's Coastal Operations Continue to Improve in the First Quarter

    Commentary

    Thu, 25 Apr 2013

    Overall, the strong performance came from recovering demand for the coastal transport of crude oil, condensate, and heating oil (cooler weather in the Northeast). New coastal business from existing inland customers also contributed. Revenue

  10. Kirby's Coastal Operations Show Signs of Improvement in the Fourth Quarter

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    Fri, 1 Feb 2013

    Overall, the strong performance came from recovering demand for the coastal transport of crude oil, condensate, and heating oil (cooler weather in the Northeast). Management commented that decent coastwise demand persisted into first quarter

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