The stock market is currently in a tailspin.
The S&P 500 has lost more than 20 percent this year, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has dropped nearly 40 percent.
Investors are fleeing the market, and many are putting their money into stocks that are less risky than the ones they bought in years past.
So why is the stock market in trouble?
It’s a question that has perplexed economists and investors for years.
A lot of it is the same thing that is driving the stock markets today: a big bubble in oil and gas prices.
For example, the price of a barrel of oil in the U and Canada was about $110 in 2015, and in 2019, it was $140.
In January, the market was trading at $105.
By the end of March, it had climbed to more than $150.
By the end-of-April, the S&s were trading at more than twice that.
And oil and natural gas prices have skyrocketed over the past decade, as the world’s energy-rich nations have become more energy-constrained.
It is clear that this bubble is unsustainable, as oil and other energy sources will continue to increase in price and demand.
Even the S, P and Dow Jones industrial average are down, though some are still in positive territory.
One theory for the price crash is that oil and gasoline are now so cheap that the price is set to rise as supply is limited.
But other experts say that a lot of the market’s volatility is a product of the lack of supply.
That means there are plenty of consumers who are going to be priced out of the markets.
“There’s a huge number of people who are not paying for gasoline,” said Michael P. Klare, an economist and professor of economics at the University of Chicago.
If the U was an oil producer, you would have to find a way to get oil to those people, Klare said.
To get people to pay for gasoline, companies would have had to raise prices.
But the price has been falling, so the demand is outstripping supply.
“The oil market is still very, very low,” Klare added.
What you need as an investor to understand this is the supply/demand dynamic, said John P. Brown, a professor of finance at University of California, Irvine.
If there is a glut of oil, there will be more supply.
If the market is depressed, there may be a shortage of oil.
So you can get a little bit of supply but there will not be enough demand.
It’s the supply-side of things, which is driving prices down.
Why is oil prices so high?
The supply side is where most of the growth is happening.
Gasoline is cheaper than oil, which has led to a glut in the marketplace.
That’s because the demand for gasoline has been so high that companies have been selling to the highest bidder.
But if the supply of oil is low, it has led many companies to sell off some of their assets to raise cash to pay off debt.
This can happen in a variety of ways, but one way is to cut prices.
Companies often sell assets they can’t afford to keep.
The companies often sell off assets they could not sell because they are too risky to hold.
In recent years, many of the biggest energy companies have gone through periods of price cuts.
They have been able to avoid paying dividends and paying the U of C’s student loan payments to help pay off their debt.
They also have cut back on investments that they would have made had oil prices been higher.
Oil companies have also cut back in some of the ways they would otherwise do if oil prices were higher, which could have led to higher prices.
The cuts have hurt consumers.
Some companies have started cutting back on services like social media, as well.
Some companies have even moved to a “zero debt” model, in which they will pay off debts and then use the money to buy back their stock.
Those actions have hurt business profits.
Brown said some companies have done the opposite of cutting back.
Many companies have increased their spending, even as they cut back spending and are raising prices.
They have also increased dividends and have increased the stock buybacks.
With these increases, they are raising cash to buy stocks.
That means they are investing in their own growth and that’s making the stock more attractive.
Now, the problem is that as more companies are making their investments in their companies, the companies are going out of business.
They are laying off workers, reducing hours, and cutting back their workforce.
The impact on workers has been devastating.
People are now being laid off at a much faster rate than they