Oil prices are expected to increase in 2017 and beyond, but this isn’t good news for the American consumer.

Oil has historically been volatile.

But in 2017, that’s changing, according to data from Goldman Sachs.

Goldman says that the average oil price in the U.S. rose 7% in 2017 from 2016.

It says that for the first time, average oil prices will surpass $100 a barrel by 2019.

The market is going to go higher.

That’s a great sign for consumers, but it also means more trouble for oil companies, who are going to have to raise prices if oil prices continue to fall.

Here’s what you need to know about oil and the outlook for 2018 and beyond.

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Why oil price increases are so volatile 1.1.

How is oil price volatile?

The market swings so much, that oil companies can only keep their prices so high, or else they’ll go bankrupt.

They have to take money out of their balance sheets, or their debt becomes more expensive.

Goldman Sachs says that oil prices have been in this category for years, and that they are going up because the U,S.

economy is improving.

But the market will go up if there are other problems that people are talking about.

Goldman notes that the oil market is volatile because oil companies aren’t investing in projects, or investing in new drilling rigs.

This means that oil can’t keep going up, and it’s going to get worse.

1:10 To watch: What to expect in the oil industry next year 1.2.

Will oil prices rise again?

Goldman says there are two ways the market can go higher in the future.

One is the oil price will continue to increase, and the other is the price of oil will drop.

Goldman also says that if oil doesn’t recover from its current low, there will be a significant decline in oil prices.

The price of a barrel of crude oil fell to $55.93 from $56.72 last year, but that didn’t hurt the overall market.

The decline in prices was more pronounced for the oil companies because the industry is more dependent on energy exports.

But if the price keeps going up at its current rate, then the industry won’t be able to pay back its debt and it will be in trouble.

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