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At one point gross domestic product (GDP) and oil demand moved in tandem but after the recession both readings have diverged. Do you think that GDP and Oil Consumption will move in tandem again and what does that mean for the American economy?
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Observations of a concerned public

Ken G writes:
Thanks to your panel for staying so level headed during last weeks
big drop, I made beaucoup money the last 2 days by just staying
in stocks, like you and your guests suggested.


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