Citigroup expects oil "output disruption, or at least the threat of, will support a fear premium...
Citigroup expects oil "output disruption, or at least the threat of, will support a fear premium for the rest of 2011," and raises its 2011 average forecast for brent crude to $105 from $90. Crude futures +2% to $106.48.
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