US-China trade dispute hits oil prices
On Aug. 3, China said it planned to place tariffs on US liquefied natural gas
As the market closed for crude oil on Aug. 7, prices continued to climb and then dropped on Aug. 8, bearing out analyst warnings that the rise to $150 per barrel oil wouldn’t be smooth.
Following a dip a few days earlier, prices recovered. Alaska North Slope, or ANS, crude was at $75.21, up 36 cents....
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