An eventful 2019 wraps up a decade of turmoil in oil markets, in which Brent Crude prices fluctuated from as high as US$125 a barrel in 2012 to as low as US$30 per barrel in January 2016.   Geopolitical turmoil, economic growth, soaring U.S. shale production, and OPEC’s various policies to try to set the trends in oil prices marked…

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 The identity and actions of these world powers are described primarily in Daniel, Ezekiel, and Revelation. The king of the west is the Antichrist who will lead the ‘revised’ Roman Empire [the seventh kingdom] and its western allies. The ‘revised’ Roman Empire today is the European Union in transition. The king of the south is Egypt and its southern Islamic allies. The…

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There Are Not Enough Pigs in the World to Fill China’s Pork Hole… African swine fever has wiped out herds of pigs all over China – by some estimates more than half – and it now appears the global supply of pork might not be able to satisfy the country’s demand in early 2020, reported Bloomberg.…

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