West Texas crude pushes past $90/bbl. on rising tension between Turkey and Syria, as yesterday's...
West Texas crude pushes past $90/bbl. on rising tension between Turkey and Syria, as yesterday's pipeline blast raises concerns about supply disruptions. Meanwhile, Brent and WTI crude see its largest spread in a year, widening to nearly $23/barrel, largely due to Mideast tension which gives Brent price support; WTI crude supplies remain at multi-month highs.
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