Meanwhile, the government said in its annual winter outlook Tuesday that lower fuel costs and an expected milder winter for much of the nation will cut average winter heating costs by 8 percent from last year to about $960 this winter.
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Oil prices climbed Tuesday as the combination of a weaker dollar and stronger stock market outweighed concerns about weak demand and vast supplies of crude.
enchmark crude for November delivery rose 61 cents to $71.02 on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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