Somebody, please explain this to me...

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Real Estate Agent with Aloha Realty Group

I think we all understood what happend over the weekend with Indymac.

What I dont understand why Bernanke's perspectives on the economy, particularly following the Indymac incident, as described by CNN,  determined the price of oil to drop signficantly. The correlation is obvious to CNN, according to this article, but not to me. Why would a gloomy perspective on the economy would determine the price of oil to go down??????

I hope the price of gas will also go down...

 

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Mihaela Stoops, REALTOR Broker

Aloha Realty GroupHonolua Bay

180 Dickenson St #217

Lahaina, Hi 96761 

www.ForSaleinLahaina.com                                      www.WestMauiHome.com    

      

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Bill C. Merrell
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I DON'T UNDERSTAND EITHER.

BILL

KEEP ON BLOGGING

I THINK BOTH ENTITY AND EVENTS ARE SEPARATE- YMHO

Jul 15, 2008 04:11 PM #1
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Hmmm maybe someone else might know..sorry.

Thanks,

Tom Davis

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Jul 15, 2008 04:42 PM #2
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Mike Wong
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Basically Bernake believes the increasing inflation rate combined with the stagnant economy and mortgage/credit crisis is already straining Americans' wallets. So we will start to cut back and compromise on our spending and driving which will reduce the demand for oil.

At least that is his theory, I have yet to see how Bernake gets anything right besides explaining the current situation we are in. Ask him how to resolve something and he looks like a deer in the headlights.

Jul 15, 2008 04:54 PM #3
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Charles McDonald
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It is supply and demand. If demand goes down supply goes up (with more supply, you get lower prices)... I think that is it! lol :-)

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Jul 15, 2008 11:32 PM #4
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Brant Holland
I agree with Charles. News came out that gas reserves are up which means that Americans have cut back on driving. I also think the Airlines reducing flights has had a huge impact. Gas hit a price that the consumer will not support and they cut back consumption. Market forces can get out of hand but then they self correct. I hope the government will keep out of this as much as possible and let the problem fix itself.
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