Citigroup, BMO doubt prices will reach the triple digits anytime soon. File Image / Pixabay In a week that saw a diverse range of analytical forecasts about the consequences of the U.S. pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal, only one sentiment was shared during Friday sessions with media: crude prices will climb for the foreseeable future. However, the prospect of oil hitting $100 as some of the more skittish U.S./Iran observers have suggested will happen, is unlikely. Eric Lee , energy strategist at Citigroup , told Bloomberg television that the U.S. exiting the Iran deal is “clearly a bullish development” that will lead to prices in the $70 s this year and possibly in the $80 s in the near term. Will Kennedy, analyst, Bloomberg He went on to say that his firm always has a base, a bull, and a bear case to determine its outlooks and […]