Oil: Prices continue to slip on Bush's softer
The New Zealand Herald
LONDON - World oil prices fell on Tuesday, extending the previous
day's dramatic plunge after US President George W. Bush said Iraq
could be disarmed peacefully.
London benchmark Brent crude fell 34 cents to US$26.25 a barrel
while US light crude was 47 cents down at US$27.90.
Brent lost more than a dollar on Monday when Bush's
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