Oil falls further, dropping for 3rd day
U.S. oil supplies up, evidence U.S. inflation rage quickening, help pull price down from $147 record; range now $135-$145
Associated Press Writer
Crude prices fell for a third consecutive day July 17 amid evidence that the high cost of oil and gasoline was slowing U.S. demand.
Crude prices have plummeted more than $10 a barrel over the previous two sessions, and were down nearly $1 in electronic trading July 17. But prices are still well abov....
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