Oil makes comeback
OPEC+ solidarity, supply cuts due to Latin America unrest bode higher prices
The oil trading week began with a mini crash July 19, as the footings crumbled from under major oil indexes. Alaska North Slope crude plunged $4.90 to close at $68.67 per barrel, Brent dropped $4.96 to close at $72.23 and West Texas Intermediate lost $5.39 to close at 66.42.
The mid-$70 trading rang....
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Unrest hobbles Latin America production
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