Libyan unrest and Opec chair Iran's refusal to sanction production increases pushes US crude to $108.74
The oil price has hit its highest level since the financial crisis, amid continuing supply fears over the conflict in Libya and renewed optimism about global economic growth. US crude rose to $108.74 on...
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