Libyan unrest forces oil price higher still

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Price of a barrel of oil hits two-year high amid fears over disruption to Libyan supplies

Oil prices hit their highest level since September 2008 this morning, rising by more than a $1 (62p) in early trading to more than $104 a barrel as fears mounted that violent clashes across the Middle...

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