Oil Above $88 As OPEC Leaves Output S...

Oil Above $88 As OPEC Leaves Output Stable

There are 7 comments on the WFMZ story from Dec 12, 2010, titled Oil Above $88 As OPEC Leaves Output Stable. In it, WFMZ reports that:

Oil prices rose above $88 a barrel Monday in Asia after OPEC left its crude output quotas unchanged, citing slowing demand and abundant supplies.

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whats up

Emmaus, PA

#1 Dec 13, 2010
Bp should pay the difference but no we the people have to suffer.We can`t afford this at this time.Greedy jerks!!!!
zoomzoomzoom

Allentown, PA

#2 Dec 13, 2010
Buy hybrid.
Jack

Bethlehem, PA

#4 Dec 13, 2010
whats up wrote:
Bp should pay the difference but no we the people have to suffer.We can`t afford this at this time.Greedy jerks!!!!
Why in the world should BP pay the difference? Who is the greedy jerk?
Learningisfun

Sun Prairie, WI

#5 Dec 16, 2010
Jack wrote:
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Why in the world should BP pay the difference? Who is the greedy jerk?
You need to learn to read. He said BP should pay the difference. This is due to the fact that the price of oil is rising, due to the big oil spill that everybody knows about, you know, the one that's completely BP's fault.
And when you asked who the greedy jerks were, it surprised me. He was clearly referring to BP.
Jack

Bethlehem, PA

#6 Dec 16, 2010
Learningisfun wrote:
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You need to learn to read. He said BP should pay the difference. This is due to the fact that the price of oil is rising, due to the big oil spill that everybody knows about, you know, the one that's completely BP's fault.
And when you asked who the greedy jerks were, it surprised me. He was clearly referring to BP.
Me learn to read? you don't even know why oil prices rise. here is a hint, it has little to do with supply and demand. The value of the US dollar and speculators have much more to do with it than BP.
Rachel Madcow

Stroudsburg, PA

#7 Dec 17, 2010
Jack wrote:
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Me learn to read? you don't even know why oil prices rise. here is a hint, it has little to do with supply and demand. The value of the US dollar and speculators have much more to do with it than BP.
And don't forget that our inept leaders continue to ban drilling in the gulf and parts of Alaska, including the recent "polar bear" sanctuary addition, not to mention off both coasts. So when you look to assign blame, look to Washington.
Jack

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Dec 17, 2010
Rachel Madcow wrote:
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And don't forget that our inept leaders continue to ban drilling in the gulf and parts of Alaska, including the recent "polar bear" sanctuary addition, not to mention off both coasts. So when you look to assign blame, look to Washington.
there are many reasons for the price of oil being high. Blaming it all on BP is a bit ridiculous. Their role is extremely miniscule.

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