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  • "You think oil is $85 a barrel, but you're paying $100-a-barrel prices," says Ed Morse , Credit Suisse Group's chief energy economist.

    The Stealth Return of $100 Oil

  • Demand for Brent during the civil conflict helped push the North Sea crude to a near $28-a-barrel premium to the Nymex price.

    Crude Sinks on Economic Worries

  • Mr. Larry said he is keeping his $92-a-barrel U.S. oil price forecast for this year.

    Oil Prices Slip, but Hold Above $105

  • Crude oil prices in New York broke through the $100-a-barrel threshold Thursday as violence in Libya continued to shake world financial markets and threatened to sidetrack the U.S. economic recovery.

    Prices of crude oil and gasoline rise as violence in Libya upsets markets

  • Crude oil prices in New York broke through the $100-a-barrel threshold Thursday as violence in Libya continued to shake world financial markets and threatened to sidetrack the U.S. economic recovery.

    Prices of crude oil and gasoline rise as violence in Libya upsets markets

  • Among other things, it could well set the stage for a double-dip recession, establish a widespread price of $4 a gallon at the pump, possibly lead to some airline bankruptcies and open the door to a price of triple-digit a-barrel crude, which could be chaotic for corporate earnings, especially those of transportation companies.

    Dan Dorfman: Lurking Oil Shock Could Wreak Havoc

  • Concerns that the U.S. recovery remains weak have been a major reason Nymex oil prices have had trouble returning to the $100-a-barrel mark recently.

    Weak Jobs Report Spurs Crude Selloff

  • The deal values Genel's reserves at $5.90 a barrel, toward the bottom end of the $4.50-to-$9.58 range paid for Iraqi oil reserves in the last three years and well below the $17-a-barrel average paid for Middle Eastern oil assets in that period, according to IHS Global Insight data.

    Discretion the Better Part of Vallares

  • Among other things, it could well set the stage for a double-dip recession, establish a widespread price of $4 a gallon at the pump, possibly lead to some airline bankruptcies and open the door to a price of triple-digit a-barrel crude, which could be chaotic for corporate earnings, especially those of transportation companies.

    Dan Dorfman: Lurking Oil Shock Could Wreak Havoc

  • Crude oil prices in New York broke through the $100-a-barrel threshold Thursday as violence in Libya continued to shake world financial markets and threatened to sidetrack the U.S. economic recovery.

    Prices of crude oil and gasoline rise as violence in Libya upsets markets

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