Oil tries to advance after big drop
Shifts in consumer demand and modest strength in the dollar keep prices in check, despite concerns in Nigeria; gas prices also fall
By Adam Schreck
Associated Press Writer
Oil market investors tried but failed to start a rally in crude on July 24, leaving prices hovering below $125 a barrel. At the gas pump, prices continued their retreat.
The national average for a gallon of regular dropped more than a penny and a half to $4.026 a gallon, according to auto club AA....
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