Oil tumbles below $69; supplies jump
The Associated Press
Crude and gasoline prices fell sharply Sept. 23 on more evidence of a huge glut in supply, with the economy still damaged by the worst recession since the 1930s.
Natural gas, which is seeing the same buildup in supply because of anemic industrial production, continued to spike, however. Prices jumpe....
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