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Pro: U.S. Shale will see more bankruptcies this year
27th May
  • Oil prices rebounded sharply to north of $30 from negative territory.
  • Sub-zero oil prices implied oil has no where to go but up, according to one pro.
  • But oil prices are still shy of what is needed to sustain U.S. shale players.

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