NEW YORK – Having seen numerous fluctuations in the energy markets over the years, many analysts and policymakers have a natural tendency to “look through” the latest drop in oil prices — that is, to treat the impact as transient rather than as signaling long-term changes.
I suspect that view would be a mistake this time around. The world is experiencing much more than a temporary dip in oil prices.
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