SINGAPORE (AP) -- Oil prices rose above $90 a barrel Wednesday in Asia after a report showed U.S. crude supplies dropped more than expected for a second week, which suggests demand is improving.
Benchmark oil for February delivery was up 19 cents to $90.01 a barrel at late afternoon Singapore time in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract rose 45 cents to settle at $89.82 on Tuesday.
Oil rises above $90 amid US crude supply drop - Yahoo! Finance
Here we go on our way to another manufactured crisis from Obama, and the radical leftist in this country.
I hope we last two more years.