NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Crude oil prices are pulling back on Thursday, but could have more room to go on the upside. SCS Commodities' Tom Reilly tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux what he expects.Without military intervention in Syria expected over the next day or two, crude oil prices have started to drop, but when something does happen, spot crude oil prices could jump as much as $5 to $8 per barrel, according to Reilly.
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