Oil futures broke through the $90-a-barrel shelf for the first time this morning, trading at $90.02 before slipping back down to $89.46 a barrel. Continuing supply fears and the weakening dollar—which hit an all time low of $1.43 against the euro yesterday—helped feed the rise in oil prices. (MarketWatch)
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