ExxonMobil, which unlike its competitors steered clear of energy trading in the past, has recently started to hire experienced traders as it aims to trade more of its products to increase profits, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing employees, recruiters, and people familiar with the matter. Unlike BP, Shell, or Chevron, Exxon has been limiting its trading activity because it was concerned that it would have been accused of market manipulation. But now, Exxon aims to trade more and has recently added traders and consultants for crude, fuel, and…
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