By SUSAN LEE-SMITHThe stock market is set to make a record high on Wednesday as investors watch the energy boom play out in the US.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is set for a record-setting week of gains as the boom in oil prices helps drive demand for energy-efficient buildings and appliances.
Energy companies are already on the rise as the global energy supply boom takes hold.
The energy industry has seen more than 100,000 jobs added in the past two years, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
But the boom has not been enough to offset the massive layoffs that have hit U.A.E. companies, which are still looking for ways to survive the downturn.
Energy prices will rise higher, and that could lead to higher stock prices.
It’s possible, however, that investors will see a correction.
Investors are betting that oil prices will rebound, and the rebound could take place over the course of several months.
The energy sector is currently in a tailspin.
The U.N. climate change conference in Paris is scheduled for later this month, and as we head into next week’s conference, the oil and gas sector is already suffering from a massive slump in crude oil prices.
Oil and gas companies have been struggling to maintain prices at around $60 a barrel for years, and a rebound in oil could make those companies even more vulnerable to a downturn in oil markets.
There are a few factors that could affect the energy market.
The U.K. and other nations have already started to ramp up their use of coal, which is a major contributor to global warming.
But coal is also a major source of CO2 emissions in the U, which can lead to the need for other sources of renewable energy.
For example, coal-fired power plants emit more greenhouse gases than all of the other coal plants combined.
The Paris climate conference could also boost domestic demand for coal, and thus could put a dent in coal’s market share.
While coal has historically been a key source of carbon emissions in terms of carbon dioxide, it has also become a major energy source in the developing world.
In developing countries, the demand for electricity is growing rapidly and the supply of electricity is falling.
A rebound in the global oil and energy market is likely to come during the coming months.