How to get $3.3 trillion in oil price gains
CODEX oil prices were on a tear on Friday.
The global benchmark Brent crude oil index advanced by more than 1,000 points to settle above $36 a barrel.
It’s up more than 7% this year.
It has been up more this year than the S&P 500 index.
The index is also up more so than the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
The S&P 500 is down more than 8% this week, while the Dow has gained nearly 2%.
The price of oil, on the other hand, is down over 2% this month and has been down more in 2016 than the Nasdaq composite index.
This is largely because of an increase in the price of crude oil that has led to lower prices.
Brent crude has been trading above $30 a barrel since January 2016.
Brent’s price fell to $30.80 a barrel on Wednesday.
Brent has now dropped to about $23.10 a barrel, according to Brent crude futures data.
The price of Brent oil has declined over the past year, but has since recovered.
The S&p 500 index has risen about 9% this quarter and has risen almost 2% in the past month.
The Dow Jones industrial average has climbed by more then 200 points to 1,038.16, while its S&pl index has gained more than 2%.
The SAC has been on a losing streak this year and is down nearly 4%.
The Nasdaq has climbed more than 14% this calendar year, and is up more then 12% this April.
It is up almost 5% in April and more than 3% this March.
The price index is down in the U.S. and Europe, but it’s up in the Asia-Pacific region, where it has been growing.
The Shanghai Composite Index rose to the highest level this calendar month and is rising at a healthy clip.
The Hang Seng index has been rising this year, while China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite is rising.