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Increasing U.S. production, not the dollar, seems to be in charge.
Agricultural futures remain a poor investment.
They are positioning themselves as part of the solution to climate change.
As innovation falters, conventional energy gets more attention.
As inventories fall, consumers aren't buying propaganda.
A major concern for the world's biggest consumer of the red metal.
The industry is used to surviving in a low-price environment.
Demand has stayed strong despite a dollar rally.
Why Nymex rally won't put U.S. shale production back in high gear.
The latest macroeconomic data provide the answer.

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