Christopher Knittel

MIT

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Christopher Knittel on KCRW

It seems like yesterday that oil prices were going up—pushing the price of gasoline along with them. Oh, how times have changed.

When Oil Falls, Who Wins?

It seems like yesterday that oil prices were going up—pushing the price of gasoline along with them. Oh, how times have changed.

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