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Oil prices climb amid Libya fighting

• AFP
World oil prices advanced on Tuesday as fighting raged on in Libya, a significant exporter of crude before the current crisis.

In New York, crude for April delivery closed at $104 dollars a barrel, up $1.67 at the end of Monday trade.

In London Brent North Sea crude for delivery in May rose 74 cents to $115.70 after falling early in the day on profit-taking, traders said.

 

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Comment by Billy Mills
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WE THE PEOPLE ARE NOT AS STUPID AS THIS CORRUPY GOVERNMENT WANT US TO THINK,  "WE DO NOT" GET ANY OIL FROM LIBYA.   THEY ARE LINING THEIR POCKETS WILL STOLEN TAXPAYER MONEY EVRY TIME THEY GET A PAY CHECK. "IMPEACH THE WHOLE BUNCH" FOR TREASON AND  GRAND THEFT.


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