Oil Is Making Another Gigantic Move, And Now US Futures Are Getting Hammered

It gets worse.

Crude is having another huge. Brent is near $120. WTI is over $101. The spike happened right when London trading open.

Libya, naturally, is getting blamed.

In just the last few hours, US futures have gotten whacked pretty hard.

Here are S&P futures:


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