What Is the Price of Oil Presently Per Barrel?

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As of December 1, 2008 oil prices tumbled below $50 a barrel; oil settled at $49.28 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Crude has lost nearly 70 percent its market value since July when it peaked near $150 per barrel.
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The current price of oil per barrel is approximately 95.00/£60.00. This price changes daily depending on the demand and market conditions. It also varies according to world and peace stability in regards to the nations where the oil comes from.
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Oil is on the rise, and is currently at almost $79 a barrel. On Friday, November 13th prices fell to around $75, but took a sharp turn for the worst as the Christmas season nears.
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At present $135 per barrel-it's in all the newspapers
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Oil is supplied to the market by many different countries, but analysts generally break supply into those nations that belong to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
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The price of oil per barrel varies depending on the market. The price is currently around seventy three dollars in total cost for a barrel. You can find more ...
Oil is on the rise, and is currently at almost $79 a barrel. On Friday, November 13th prices fell to around $75, but took a sharp turn for the worst as the Christmas ...
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