Oil and gas futures up on violence in Nigeria
The Associated Press
Oil and gasoline futures rose July 5 on renewed violence in Nigeria, despite expectations that a U.S. government inventory report will show gasoline supplies rose the last week in June.
The market was on edge after gunmen on July 4 attacked a Royal Dutch Shell PLC oil rig in Nigeria’s southern oil h....
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