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General Interest - Quick TakesRegulator says fundamentals lifting energy pricesHigh energy prices stem from supply-demand fundamentals rather than attempts by any type of traders to manipulate prices, US Commodities Futures Trading Commissioner Sharon Brown-Hruska said.Some politicians have suggested speculative traders and hedge funds might be responsible for high oil and natural gas prices.“We haven’t uncovered any systematic problems with regard to manipulation or with speculative traders to exercise market power,” Brown-Hruska told reporters Jan. 26 during the annual Energy Trading & Marketing Conference at the University of Houston.The Commodities Futures Tradin...

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