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Ed Morse: Citigroup’s oil-market guru

Morse has made a habit of calling turns in the market. Derek Brower sat down with him in New York City

Citigroup's commodities research chief is taking a rare Friday afternoon to sit still and talk about oil and himself. “If you go back far enough, you’ll find that I was wrong a lot of times,” says Ed Morse.  We’re sitting in his office in Tribeca. Unemptied boxes clutter the shelves. A phone is squirrelled away in a desk drawer. The windows have a sheen of early winter Manhattan filth on them. It doesn’t really look like anyone works here. If you thought Wall Street’s most famous oil analyst would occupy a book-lined corner office with a view of the Hudson, think again. Morse is a busy man. If he’s not on CNBC talking market moves, he’s probably on a plane. For one stretch of his career he

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