As the question on the war becomes clearer, mutual fund managers have become more determined to move out of the energy and bond markets that have been considered safe investments, back to stocks, The New York Post reports.

Crude oil futures prices hit the lowest record since January, with the April contract falling $3.36 a barrel, to $31.67. This reflects a bullish speculation of a swift war with minimized interruption in oil shipments from the Middle East.

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