Crude Prices Rise, For 1 Day

Investor's Business Daily
December 2014
Investors Business Daily;12/18/2014, pA01
5 U.S. stockpiles slid by 800,000 barrels to 379.9 mil last week, a smaller fall than expected. Brent crude rose $1 to $61 a barrel; U.S. futures rose 54 cents to $56.47 after hitting $58.98.


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