Ten Charts That Tell the Weird Story of Oil and Energy in 2020: Nathaniel Bullard


By Nathaniel Bullard

(Bloomberg Opinion) 2020 has given us many things to ponder — perhaps too many. Nevertheless, it is the analyst’s job to distill the trends that define today and tell us something about tomorrow. In that spirit, here are 10 significant charts from my writing on energy and climate this year.Energy became the smallest component of the S&P 500

In 2008, energy was the S&P 500’s second-largest sector, right behind information technology. Its heft has diminished. After dropping below utilities, then real estate, and finally materials, in August energy became the 


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