Pressure on crude prices to continue: Gartman
"It'll be some while. They're not going to come online tomorrow. They're not going to come online next week," he said. "But the market believes and understands, and I think rightfully expects that by the turn of the year we're going to have Iranian crude oil coming back to the market."
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Contango occurs when futures prices for a commodity are greater than the current spot price.
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"Prices have been under pressure," Gartman said. "Prices may well continue to be under pressure for some while going into the future."
Crude oil prices could test $85 per barrel levels, he added.
"There's a gob of $110 crude oil out there," Gartman said. "There's probably a good deal less $80 crude."
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Gasoline prices at the pump could also be lower by the end of 2013, he said.
"I bet we take RBOB under $2.50," he said. "I bet we take the public's gas at the pump under $2.75 gas relatively easily after the turn of the year."