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Where next for the price of oil?

Having stabilised at around $65 a barrel, many investors are questioning if the price of oil will rise, and when. Richard Hulf provides his view.

Richard Hulf, manager of the Artemis Global Energy Fund, sets out his thoughts about how the oil price may move through the next six months. At the start of the year, Richard expected to see some upward pressure on oil prices towards the end of 2015. In this update, he examines whether that is still the case.

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MM leader: Tough talk on pensions misses the value of advice

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