The coming summer driving season could raise demand for oil. Oil traders have been running for the exits. Money managers moved out of bets on U.S. crude prices over the past two months as the volatility in the commodity’s price has plummeted. That has taken some of the wind out of a six-month spell that started during last year’s oil-price slide. Oil’s skyrocketing volatility roiled markets around the globe and investors jumped into bets to try to take advantage of the sharp moves. Now, oil has steadied at about $60 a barrel. Traders are debating what the next move will be as they await clearer signs on how often drivers are going to hit the road and whether producers are able to keep flooding the market with supply. The Greek debt crisis and the threat of rising interest rates also loom large, adding uncertainty to the global economy that […]