Goldman’s Currie Sees Oil Benefiting From Green Spending

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    Jun.02 — Jeff Currie, Goldman Sachs global head of commodities research, says the commodities market is “long on conviction, short on position.” He adds that increased green spending and air travel will boost oil prices through 2021. Currie speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: European Close.”

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