The past two years have demonstrated that oil prices have a dramatic impact on the performance and cash flows of natural resources funds.
Just consider how oil price activity played out the last two summers. This year, as in 2014, prices for the U.S. and global oil benchmarks (West Texas Intermediate crude and Brent crude) peaked near the end of June and then headed into steep decline.
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