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LIGHTNING ROUND: Fed stimulus will inflate commodity prices

Thursday, June 07, 2012 - 01:13

June 7 - JPMorgan's Colin Fenton says the Fed will likely add stimulus to help spur U.S. and global economic growth, giving a tailwind to commodity prices, and says to go long natural gas.

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JPMorgan college that joins me now for a lightning -- discussion on commodities. Colin has oil hit it. For you. It probably -- but I wanna count yacht that was Dave maybe 10% probability that it would go lower but we are obviously. Has -- week. I would Wear it for -- between 13135. That would happen -- when expertise believe that Obama. What about gulf where that. I -- to get above 2000 what was fascinating about what went eleven was some price levels I had 0% probably happened actually sort of 10% chances I think ultimately we'll see it. 500 dollar price. But he could still take some time. Economic stimulus as. What that is that. And played them I think that we also about the question of Leo RO extensions that we -- from China. Clearly the economy has been slowed this -- it's a quarter. I think which is -- That's straight in the on national -- -- -- -- patriots thank you hi Rhonda schaffler is it.

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LIGHTNING ROUND: Fed stimulus will inflate commodity prices

Thursday, June 07, 2012 - 01:13