ANS still +$100
Prices tumble as US crude stock builds, GDP falls 2 consecutive quarters
Alaska North Slope crude hung precariously on the edge of $100 per barrel Aug. 3, as a price swoon continued to dominate worldwide trading of the commodity.
ANS slid $3.96 to close at $100.34 per barrel. West Texas Intermediate flirted with the $90 line, closing $3.76 lower at $90.66. Brent also fel....
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