Where are Oil Prices Heading?

At OPEC’s most recent meeting held in December, the thirteen-member cartel agreed to reduce crude oil outputs by 2.46 million barrels per day, a record production cut for the group. As world crude prices dropped below $38/barrel, the cut is designed to stabilize prices to meet OPEC’s forecast of $75/barrel as “fair.”

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Symposium at the Korea Society (NYC): The Perils of Protectionism: Korea’s Investment Challenge

On February 25, 2009, Henry Seggerman-who manages the successful Korean International Investment Fund, was the guest speaker at a Korea Society (based in New York City) symposium entitled The Perils of Protectionism: Korea’s Investment Challenge. He is also a noted columnist for the Korea Times and a contributor to other noteworthy . . . → Read More: Symposium at the Korea Society (NYC): The Perils of Protectionism: Korea’s Investment Challenge