Oil Prices Impacted By Oversupply In Cushing
Tuesday, April 10th 2007, 8:36 am
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SINGAPORE (AP) _ Oil prices bounced back somewhat Tuesday morning a day after an oversupply at a delivery point in Oklahoma was blamed for prices dropping nearly $3 a barrel.
Light, sweet crude for May delivery rose 40 cents to $61.91 per barrel in midafternoon Asian trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
The price of crude fell $2.77 Monday following news of an oversupply at the delivery point in Cushing.