Wednesday Links: Don’t Expect Inflation with Thanksgiving Dinner

Some pre-holiday reading…

The relationship between Brent crude and heating oil (The Short Side of Long)

The spread between WTI crude and Brent crude widens with Libya unrest (WSJ)

The traditional Thanksgiving dinner is cheaper this year than last (Business Insider)

SocGen predicts corn will hit $5 a bushel in 2014 on higher demand (Agrimoney)

Despite snow in Texas, China cotton auction weighs on prices (WSJ)

Has the global economy hit the end of the end of the world? (Business Insider)

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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