I’m surrounded with a few bu-t kissing cult following worshipers of BH. These people treat the rest of us like lower class citizens and are lazy as he-l. Everyone argues about work and will push back with all the bureaucracy that is famous at Baker. For heavens’ sake, cut the cr-p and just do your job. We’re not in high school!
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I don’t know about you, but I don’t call what’s going in there , survival.
I call is wishful thinking
OP; I agree 100% with your sentiment and would add that these BK spend most of their time talking about how hard they are "working" than actually working.
Amazing that they are the ones that continue to survive and thrive, even through all the downturn(s).
Hedge funds and other speculative investors recently pushed bets on rising oil prices to their highest level in years, a sign that one-sided positioning is sparking big moves in the world’s busiest commodity market.
The ratio of bullish bets on U.S. crude to bearish wagers surged to 23-to-1 ni----s during the week of June 15, the highest level since the summer of 2018 and nearly triple the figure from five weeks earlier, Commodity Futures Trading Commission data show. While the ratio has edged lower in more recent weeks, it has stayed at levels considered elevated by many analysts and well above 6-to-1, where it started the year.
The upbeat sentiment has made oil one of the hottest trades on Wall Street, briefly pushing U.S. crude prices earlier this month above $75 a barrel and to the highest closing level since late 2018. Prices have roughly doubled since the end of October.
But investors crowding into the market are also fueling concerns that oil has risen too quickly, a force that can cause market turbulence. The CFTC data measure futures and options, which are commonly used by professional investors to wager on oil-price movements and by energy producers to hedge against volatility