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  • *Libya says will sue firms who buy oil from protesters. NEW YORK, Jan 8- U.S. oil fell by more than $1 on Wednesday after government data showed large builds in crude stockpiles at the U.S. benchmark delivery point.

  • *Gold to get $1.1 bln more; natgas $1.4 bln less. NEW YORK, Jan 8- Brent crude oil will see nearly $3 billion in fresh buying and gold more than $1 billion from the annual rebalancing of the world's two largest commodity indexes beginning Wednesday, a spokesperson for the indexes said.

  • *Libya says will sue firms who buy oil from protesters. NEW YORK, Jan 8- Brent crude oil rose on Wednesday on continued concerns over Libyan oil supply, while U.S. crude oil fell after government data showed a build in stockpiles at the U.S. benchmark delivery point.

  • LONDON, Jan 8- Brent crude held above $107 a barrel on Wednesday, supported by new worries over Libyan supplies and increasing its premium over the U.S. crude oil benchmark to the highest level in a month.

  • LONDON, Jan 8- Brent crude oil rose towards $108 a barrel on Wednesday, supported by new worries over Libyan supplies and expectations for a drop in crude inventories in the United States.

  • LONDON, Jan 8- Brent crude oil steadied above $107 a barrel on Wednesday, supported by new worries over Libyan supplies and expectations for a drop in crude inventories in the United States.

  • LONDON, Jan 8- Brent crude oil rose towards $108 per barrel on Wednesday, supported by new worries over Libyan supplies and expectations for a drop in crude inventories in the United States.

  • CHICAGO/ CLEVELAND, Ohio, Jan 6- A blast of Arctic air gripped the vast middle of the United States on Monday, with the coldest temperatures in two decades threatening lives, forcing businesses and schools to close and canceling thousands of flights.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 6- A blast of Arctic air gripped the mid-section of the United States on Monday, bringing the coldest temperatures in two decades, forcing businesses and schools to close and causing widespread airline delays and hazardous driving conditions.

  • LONDON, Jan 3- Brent crude oil edged up towards $108 a barrel on Friday but expectations for a rise in Libyan supply and caution ahead of data on U.S. stockpiles capped gains. Brent fell as low $107.52, its lowest since November, and Jefferies Bache broker Christopher Bellew said the European benchmark might have found a new range after yesterday's sharp drop.

  • *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara output. LONDON, Jan 3- Brent crude oil edged back above $108 a barrel on Friday after posting its biggest daily percentage drop in six months in the previous session. "There was a very sharp fall yesterday," said oil analyst Olivier Jakob of Petromatrix in Zug, Switzerland.

  • UPDATE 4-Brent crude edges up after heavy fall Friday, 3 Jan 2014 | 6:25 AM ET

    *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara output. LONDON, Jan 3- Brent crude oil edged back above $108 a barrel on Friday after posting its biggest daily percentage drop in six months in the previous session. U.S. crude fell 17 cents to $95.27 and was on track for its sharpest weekly percentage fall since September 2012.

  • *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara output. SINGAPORE, Jan 3- Brent crude rose above $108 a barrel on Friday after posting its biggest daily percentage drop in six months in the previous session, although expectations for a rise in Libyan supply and speculation of a build up in U.S. stockpiles capped gains.

  • *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara output. SINGAPORE, Jan 3- Brent crude rose towards $108 a barrel on Friday after posting its biggest daily percentage drop in six months in the previous session, although expectations for a rise in Libyan supply and speculation of a build up in U.S. stockpiles capped gains.

  • Brent rises toward $108; Libya, US inventories in focus Thursday, 2 Jan 2014 | 10:57 PM ET

    *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara output. SINGAPORE, Jan 3- Brent crude rose towards $108 a barrel on Friday after posting its biggest daily percentage drop in six months in the previous session, although expectations for a rise in Libyan supply and speculation of a build up in U.S. stockpiles capped gains.

  • *China manufacturing index dips, missing forecasts. NEW YORK, Jan 2- World equity markets kicked off 2014 with a whimper on Thursday as slightly disappointing Chinese manufacturing data triggered some profit-taking, while oil prices were sharply lower as Libya prepared to reopen a major oilfield.

  • *Libya hopes to restart El Sharara oilfield in days. *China factory activity slows in December- government, HSBC. NEW YORK, Jan 2- Oil prices collapsed on the first trading day of 2014 as Libya prepared to restart a major oilfield, and with speculation of a sharp rise in crude stockpiles in Cushing, Oklahoma.

  • *China manufacturing index dips, missing forecasts. NEW YORK, Jan 2- World equity markets kicked off 2014 with a whimper on Thursday as slightly disappointing Chinese manufacturing data triggered some profit-taking, and oil prices were lower as Libya prepared to reopen a major oilfield.

  • *China factory activity slows in Dec- govt, HSBC. NEW YORK, Jan 2- Oil prices fell by more than $2 on Thursday as Libya prepared to restart a major oilfield and on speculation of a sharp rise in crude stockpiles in Cushing, Oklahoma.

  • *South Sudan oil output down due to fighting. LONDON, Dec 30- Brent crude fell below $112 a barrel on Monday on early signals that oil output from Libya may be starting to recover. "If Libya does recover and going forward we get more oil back on from Iraq and Iran, then the market should come off," said Rob Montefusco, oil trader at Sucden Financial.

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